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McAuliffe

[muh-kaw-lif] /məˈkɔ lɪf/
noun
1.
Anthony Clement, 1898–1975, U.S. Army general.
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  • McAuliffe pulled a deadwood stick from the bush, then brought the paddle to shore.

    Menotah Ernest G. Henham
  • But McAuliffe quickly discovered that he was not to down his opponent at a first onslaught.

    Menotah Ernest G. Henham
  • McAuliffe burst into a lusty laugh and slapped his knee repeatedly.

    Menotah Ernest G. Henham
  • McAuliffe was popular in his way among those of his own set.

    Menotah Ernest G. Henham
  • Before the owner could reclaim it, McAuliffe had seized him in a bear-like grip.

    Menotah Ernest G. Henham

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