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McLaughlin

[muh-klawf-lin] /məˈklɔf lɪn/
noun
1.
John, born 1942, English jazz guitarist.
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  • Skinner was afraid of McLaughlin—not physically, for Skinner was not afraid of anybody that way.

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  • As he entered the long passageway that led to McLaughlin's office.

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  • So when Skinner stepped in at five o'clock, McLaughlin made the bluff.

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  • But Skinner had more than any constraint on the part of McLaughlin to worry him.

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  • McLaughlin paused to register the comedy line that was to follow.

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