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Masterson

[mas-ter-suh n, mah-ster-] /ˈmæs tər sən, ˈmɑ stər-/
noun
1.
William Barclay ("Bat") 1853–1921, U.S. frontier law officer.
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  • Colonel McVeigh greeted Masterson cordially and turned to the others.

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  • He had seen Masterson at the door and with him the other rider!

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  • The man had been staring at Masterson as though astounded 297 at the accusations.

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  • But Masterson, strong in his assurance of right, held up his hand.

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  • Captain Masterson, this is the most outrageous thing I ever knew an officer to be guilty of!

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  • He opened his lips to speak, but Masterson pointed to the paper.

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  • Masterson seated himself at the other side of the room with his back to him, and waited.

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  • He closed the frame and picked up the report Masterson had given him.

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  • Masterson hesitated, and then said: “I do not think a private interview could be allowed, but––”

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  • She spoke so low Masterson could not hear it above the beat of the rain on the window.

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