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Mallory

[mal-uh-ree] /ˈmæl ə ri/
noun
1.
Stephen Russell, 1813?–73, U.S. lawyer and politician.
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  • I'll warrant you have lost a dozen between Mallory's and here.

  • "You're always so hard to convince, Mr. Mallory," he complained.

  • Mallory appeared in the kitchen door, holding a lamp above his head.

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  • The sun was at its zenith, as he passed above the Mallory place.

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  • “Not yet,” said Doane briskly, as Mallory appeared in the door.

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