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Harlow

[hahr-loh] /ˈhɑr loʊ/
noun
1.
Jean, 1911–37, U.S. motion-picture actress.
2.
a town in W Essex, in SE England.
3.
a male given name.
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  • But before Betty could answer she realized that Captain Harlow was speaking.

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  • Then you won't see all the processions for Captain Harlow's entertainment.

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  • But it is possible these very characteristics were matters of offence to Harlow.

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  • For eighteen months Harlow remained in the studio of Sir Thomas.

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  • Certainly there was a quarrel, and Harlow quitted Sir Thomas.

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  • Mr. Leslie allowed Harlow's portrait of Fuseli to be the best.

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  • There was only one Academician who could be found to give a vote for Harlow.

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  • It soon became evident that Mr. Harlow was quite unable to do this.

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British Dictionary definitions for Harlow

Harlow1

/ˈhɑːləʊ/
noun
1.
a town in SE England, in W Essex: designated a new town in 1947. Pop: 78 389 (2001 est)

Harlow2

/ˈhɑːləʊ/
noun
1.
Jean, real name Harlean Carpentier. 1911–37, US film actress, whose films include Hell's Angels (1930), Red Dust (1932), and Bombshell (1933)
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