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McCandless

[muh-kand-lis] /məˈkænd lɪs/
noun
1.
a town in SW Pennsylvania.
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  • Then McCandless voiced what the Captain had already taken to be a foregone conclusion.

    Decision Frank M. Robinson
  • The steward had laid out the silver, and Davis and McCandless were already there.

    Decision Frank M. Robinson
  • His own boy had been about McCandless' age, he thought suddenly.

    Decision Frank M. Robinson
  • He poured out three cups of coffee and handed one to Davis and one to McCandless.

    Decision Frank M. Robinson
  • McCandless came out on the bridge, his eyes red-rimmed from lack of sleep.

    Decision Frank M. Robinson
  • McCandless turned slightly so the Captain could no longer read his face.

    Decision Frank M. Robinson
  • Failing, he borrowed, or pretended to borrow the amount from McCandless.

    Watch Yourself Go By Al. G. Field
  • Mr. McCandless moved the Court in arrest of judgment and for a new trial.

    The Old Pike Thomas B. Searight

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