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MacLennan

[muh-klen-uh n] /məˈklɛn ən/
noun
1.
(John) Hugh, 1907–90, Canadian novelist and essayist.
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  • MacLennan maintains the existence of matriarchy in promiscuity, but this is inadmissible.

    The Sexual Question August Forel
  • It is not always for human beings that Dr. MacLennan is asked to prescribe.

    Savage Island Basil C. Thomson
  • The tone was quite sufficient to classify the unhappy MacLennan.

    Corporal Cameron Ralph Connor
  • I know Mr. MacLennan slightly, and he's a just man, and he'll do what's fair.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor
  • "There's the hole," said MacLennan, as they turned down the hill into the swamp.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor
  • A look of wrathful amazement crossed MacLennan's countenance.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor
  • MacLennan stood in amazement looking from Haines to the General Manager.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor
  • "But this here business is going too far," continued MacLennan.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor
  • MacLennan shook hands with him with a cold "How are you," and introduced him to Mr. Fahey.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor
  • MacLennan was rather pleased to find himself at length taking fire.

    The Doctor Ralph Connor

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