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Muldoon

[muhl-doon] /mʌlˈdun/
noun
1.
Robert David, 1921–92, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1975–84.
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  • Mrs. Muldoon may have done that for years without scalding any one yet.

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  • Give me a flask of good brandy, Muldoon; our driver is almost frozen.

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  • Three were obviously past middle-age, the fourth about Muldoon's age.

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  • So it went with the three who were left, until it was Muldoon's turn.

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  • Their smiles were identical as they waited for Muldoon to make himself comfortable.

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  • Like shaking hands with a piece of warm dough, Muldoon thought.

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  • They were together on the couch, she stretched full-length, her head in Muldoon's lap.

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  • Muldoon's figure was outlined in the glow of the headlights.

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  • "Ah, there, Muldoon," Muldoon had recognized Robert's voice.

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  • Muldoon put the money away, got up from the sofa, and started to the door.

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British Dictionary definitions for Muldoon

Muldoon

/mʌlˈduːn/
noun
1.
Sir Robert David. 1921–92, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1975–84)
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