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Nevins

[nev-inz] /ˈnɛv ɪnz/
noun
1.
Allan, 1890–1971, U.S. historian.
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  • Not for a moment would he admit that armed desperadoes had come at Nevins' back.

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  • She had seen Nevins there often, "him who had fled through the window."

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  • "I have twice sent to ask that Mr. Loring should come to see me," railed Nevins.

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  • It actually simplified matters in many ways for Nevins to go.

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  • But, isn't it really believed out there that Nevins is dead?

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