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[mahr-tn-suh n; Swedish mahr-tin-sawn] /ˈmɑr tn sən; Swedish ˈmɑr tɪnˌsɔn/
Harry Edmund
[har-ee ed-muh nd;; Swedish hah-ri ed-moo nt] /ˈhær i ˈɛd mənd;; Swedish ˈhɑ rɪ ˈɛd mʊnt/ (Show IPA),
1904–78, Swedish novelist and poet: Nobel prize 1974. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • "Mr. Pinkerton is in Chicago at present," replied Mr. Martinson.

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  • "Now then, if there's anything I can do for you," Mr. Martinson paused.

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  • "A relative of yours—possibly, I suppose," remarked Martinson, tactfully.

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  • Martinson, who had two daughters of his own, observed the suggestive movement.

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  • Martinson, from long experience conceived that this must be a matter of family misconduct—a son, daughter, wife.

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  • Two men claim that Luke Martinson never had any rights here—that the old Martinson claim to the island was a false one.

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