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Ginsburg

[ginz-burg] /ˈgɪnz bɜrg/
noun
1.
Ruth Bader
[bey-der] /ˈbeɪ dər/ (Show IPA),
born 1933, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1993.
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  • He slipped into position on one side of the gangster, Ginsburg on the other.

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  • But this notion did not match in with the colour of Ginsburg's desires.

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  • By chance Ginsburg had happened upon a loft-robbing enterprise.

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  • Shortly he was Corporal Ginsburg—a trim upstanding corporal.

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  • If the other had overheard what just had passed between Ginsburg and Dempsey he gave no sign.

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