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Munroe

[muh n-roh] /mənˈroʊ/
noun
1.
Charles Edward, 1849–1938, U.S. chemist.
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  • "I never heard Mr. Munroe say that the flume was wrong," said Jessie quickly.

    Devil's Ford Bret Harte
  • To what nation this officer belonged, Mr. Munroe could not determine.

  • Benny blushed at first and begged to be excused, but Mr. Munroe would not hear of it.

    Her Benny Silas Kitto Hocking
  • Meanwhile Mr. Munroe was out in the yard talking with Mr. Fisher.

    Her Benny Silas Kitto Hocking
  • Well, you've said just right in that, Mr. Munroe; he's as brave as a lion.

    Her Benny Silas Kitto Hocking
  • "And he has the bearing of a gentleman too," remarked Miss Munroe.

    Her Benny Silas Kitto Hocking
  • Thank you; but do you know that Mr. Munroe has made me a similar offer?

    Her Benny Silas Kitto Hocking
  • Mrs. Munroe has been absent ever since my arrival in Crawford, on a visit to her father's.

    Cora and The Doctor Harriette Newell Baker
  • I wonder if she knew Mr. Benson was to exchange with Mr. Munroe, yesterday.

    Cora and The Doctor Harriette Newell Baker
  • Frank told him Mr. Munroe had come in as a friend to see him.

    Cora and The Doctor Harriette Newell Baker

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