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Konrad

[kon-rad] /ˈkɒn ræd/
noun
1.
a male given name.
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  • My friend Gorman made the acquaintance of Konrad Karl early in 1913.

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  • King Konrad Karl stood beside the gun on the after-deck of the steamer.

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  • Konrad Karl took her by the hand and led her into the palace.

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  • In the palace King Konrad Karl saw her and knew at once what she was.

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  • You forget,” she said, “that King Konrad Karl is my guest, and so are you while you are in my house.

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  • And of course Konrad Karl will be dragged in and made to look like a fool.

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  • Konrad Karl was anxious that this fact should be widely known.

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