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McGraw

[muh-graw] /məˈgrɔ/
noun
1.
John Joseph, 1873–1934, U.S. baseball player and manager.
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  • McGraw stripped his cap from his head as she turned to speak.

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    Frank H. Spearman
  • McGraw had been killed as he rode beside me, holding me in the saddle.

    Captain Macklin Richard Harding Davis
  • While the land was "tied up" by a McGraw applicant, Bob knew the enemy could not get it.

    The Long Chance Peter B. Kyne
  • Mr. McGraw demanded to know if anything could possibly be fairer than that.

    The Long Chance Peter B. Kyne
  • Why did the man, McGraw, send you to the post-office with an order for that registered letter?

    The Long Chance Peter B. Kyne
  • I presume you know where Mr. McGraw may be found at present.

    The Long Chance Peter B. Kyne
  • There is also another matter of which McGraw has cognizance, and he must agree to drop that too.

    The Long Chance Peter B. Kyne
  • "Every soul with the exception of Mr. McGraw" replied Donna.

    The Long Chance Peter B. Kyne

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