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Hazzard

[haz-erd] /ˈhæz ərd/
noun
1.
Shirley, born 1931, U.S. novelist and short-story writer, born in Australia.
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  • Hazzard curled his lips in a faint, momentary grin of superiority.

  • But soon after my departure it was taken from him and given to Mr. Hazzard.

  • Artheris and young Hazzard paced the stage, consulted, and disagreed.

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  • "That was young Graham, in whom you were so interested this morning," said Hazzard, briefly.

    To The Front Charles King
  • Colonel Hazzard, too, was there and held forth a cordial hand to the new-comer.

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  • The secretary drew Hazzard off to one side, in fact, and left the man of stocks and the stock-yards standing.

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