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Hillman

[hil-muh n] /ˈhɪl mən/
noun
1.
Sidney, 1887–1946, U.S. labor leader, born in Lithuania.
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  • Across from them an aged Hillman sat in a rough-hewed, high-backed chair.

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  • The Hillman stroked his great beard and stood considering the question.

  • It was a song to warm the very cockles of a Hillman's heart.

  • Besides, this kind of Hillman habitually fought his duels with rifles.

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  • Probably Johnny Linger, the express agent, hadn't talked to any Hillman.

    Swamp Cat James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • Therefore, he would share with any Hillman who cared to join him.

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  • One day a Hillman came down and knocked at the door of the housewife.

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