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McMaster

[muh k-mas-ter, -mah-ster] /məkˈmæs tər, -ˈmɑ stər/
noun
1.
John Bach, 1852–1932, U.S. historian and educator.
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  • Much information may be gleaned from the pages of McMaster's history.

    Union and Democracy

    Allen Johnson
  • McMaster's last volume describes the life of the people for this period.

    Expansion and Conflict William E. Dodd
  • They soon grew to love Mr. McMaster as much as they admired his zeal.

    Bert Lloyd's Boyhood J. McDonald Oxley
  • At this moment, Mr. McMaster rushed in through the open door.

    Bert Lloyd's Boyhood J. McDonald Oxley
  • McMaster kept one that died of grief when separated from him.

    Jungle Folk Douglas Dewar
  • I learn that Mr. McMaster was much interested in assisting the unfortunate.

  • "There were accidents," says Mr. McMaster, with some horror of details.

  • Prof. McMaster has a clear, simple style that is delightful.

    The Beginners of a Nation Edward Eggleston.
  • In justice to Mr. McMaster, however, be it said, the charge is not a new one.

    George Washington, Vol. II Henry Cabot Lodge
  • All who did not understand French were compelled, etc.—McMaster.

    An English Grammar W. M. Baskervill and J. W. Sewell

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