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Harkness

[hahrk-nis] /ˈhɑrk nɪs/
noun
1.
Edward Stephan, 1874–1940, U.S. philanthropist.
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  • "At last, little Martha," Harkness murmured as he looked down at her.

    A Son of the City

    Herman Gastrell Seely
  • "My compliments to General Harkness, and we will start at once," replied Durland.

    The Boy Scout Automobilists Robert Maitland
  • "We've got to get word of this to General Harkness," he said.

    The Boy Scout Automobilists Robert Maitland
  • General Harkness, once aroused, and understanding what he had to do, stayed up.

    The Boy Scout Automobilists Robert Maitland
  • All this does Harkness communicate to them, and something besides.

    The Death Shot Mayne Reid
  • At this, he gives Harkness a shove which sends him staggering into the arms of the mulatto.

    The Death Shot Mayne Reid
  • Jupiter and Harkness have brought up the horses, and are holding them in readiness.

    The Death Shot Mayne Reid
  • Presently in the dark I came on the excavations for the Harkness quadrangle.

    Chimney-Pot Papers Charles S. Brooks
  • "To me, for example," observed Captain Harkness complacently.

    The Reckoning Robert W. Chambers

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