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McEwen

/məˈkjuːən/
noun
1.
Sir John. 1900–80, Australian politician; prime minister of Australia (1967–68)
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  • mcewen, who was growing uneasy over this delay, shook his head.

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    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • mcewen tried to obey, but the explosion, when it came, was worse than before.

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    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • "I'll do it," said mcewen, catching like a drowning man at a straw.

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    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • But if such a question came to the mind of mcewen he did not utter it.

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  • mcewen had no rifle, but he quickly supplied himself with one.

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  • mcewen threw himself from side to side, muttered, and stretched.

    Lady Merton, Colonist Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • mcewen rose with difficulty, groaning as he put his right foot to the ground.

    Lady Merton, Colonist Mrs. Humphry Ward

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