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O'Hara

[oh-hair-uh, oh-har-uh] /oʊˈhɛər ə, oʊˈhær ə/
noun
1.
Frank, 1926–66, U.S. poet.
2.
John (Henry) 1905–70, U.S. journalist, novelist, short-story writer, and scenarist.
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  • His brother was there, listening to the comments of O'Hara, his friendly rival.

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  • The other members of O'Hara's party had crawled down the bank by that time.

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  • Father O'Hara looked a little ashamed of himself; but he stood by his guns.

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  • He therefore claimed the supreme command for General O'Hara.

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  • O'Hara, while striving to retrieve the day, was wounded and captured.

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  • General O'Hara landed from the Victory with reinforcements for the garrison.

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