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Kenyon

[ken-yuh n] /ˈkɛn yən/
noun
1.
John Samuel, 1874–1959, U.S. phonetician and educator.
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  • Now, Mr. Kenyon, perhaps you will tell us something about the mine.'

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  • Kenyon, like many men of worth and not of words, was a very poor speaker.

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  • Is the mineral the best for the use Mr. Kenyon has indicated?

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  • Kenyon was on his way to lunch next day, when he met Wentworth at the door.

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  • It seems that William and he and Kenyon embarked in some mine project.

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