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Gunn

/ɡʌn/
noun
1.
Thom(son William). 1929–2004, British poet who lived in the USA. His works include Fighting Terms (1954), My Sad Captains (1961), Jack Straw's Castle (1976), The Man with the Night Sweats (1992), and Boss Cupid (2000)
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  • A spear, with which the trap was armed, severed gunn's sciatic nerve, paralyzing him.

    Owen Clancy's Happy Trail Burt L. Standish
  • "Most men in the financial world do," said gunn a little superciliously.

  • "gunn's," as it was still called, and always would be, was no longer the brisk and cheerful place which it had once been.

  • You don't wonder that I hate to go away from this lovely place, do you, Miss gunn?

  • Mr. gunn observed that he expected my return, and thought he would call around about that insurance policy.

    Out of the Hurly-Burly Charles Heber Clark

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