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Oppenheim

[op-uh n-hahym] /ˈɒp ənˌhaɪm/
noun
1.
E(dward) Phillips, 1866–1946, English novelist.
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  • Mr. Oppenheim has surpassed himself in "A Maker of History."

    The Slave of Silence Fred M. White
  • Mr. Oppenheim possesses the magic art of narration.New York Herald.

    Justin Wingate, Ranchman John H. Whitson
  • The king was in camp just across the river at Oppenheim with his army.

    The Rise of the Mediaeval Church Alexander Clarence Flick
  • Oppenheim has over a dozen novels, books of poems and essays to his credit.

  • Prof. Oppenheim has dwelt on vertigo as a dread (see preceding chapter).

    Psychotherapy James J. Walsh
  • "The Long Arm" is unlike any of Mr. Oppenheim's other popular stories.

    A Traitor's Wooing Headon Hill
  • From time to time Professor Oppenheim has ventured into the same field.

  • And in 1881 the prices of the Oppenheim loan ranged from 105 to 116.

    Roumania Past and Present James Samuelson
  • The consequences of a bold deception Mr. Oppenheim has unfolded to us with remarkable ingenuity.

    The Slave of Silence Fred M. White
  • For example, the Oppenheim novels: there are fifty-three of them, and to read them is almost like going on fifty-three tours.

    The Crow's Nest Clarence Day, Jr.

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