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Heywood

[hey-woo d] /ˈheɪ wʊd/
noun
1.
John, 1497?–1580? English dramatist and epigrammatist.
2.
Thomas, 1573?–1641, English dramatist, poet, and actor.
3.
a male given name.
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  • At Captain Heywood's death it passed with his other papers to his daughters.

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  • "That's correct, Mr. Heywood," Senesin said, a little stiffly.

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  • "You mistake my meaning, Mr. Heywood," young Senesin said sharply.

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  • And before Heywood could formulate an answer, Senesin turned to the colonel.

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  • "Exactly," said Heywood, just as though the colonel had agreed with him.

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British Dictionary definitions for Heywood

Heywood1

/ˈheɪˌwʊd/
noun
1.
a town in NW England, in Rochdale unitary authority, Greater Manchester, near Bury. Pop: 28 024 (2001))

Heywood2

/ˈheɪˌwʊd/
noun
1.
John. ?1497–?1580, English dramatist, noted for his comic interludes
2.
Thomas. ?1574–1641, English dramatist, noted esp for his domestic drama A Woman Killed with Kindness (1607)
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