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Rawlings

[raw-lingz] /ˈrɔ lɪŋz/
noun
1.
Marjorie Kinnan
[ki-nan] /kɪˈnæn/ (Show IPA),
1896–1953, U.S. novelist and journalist.
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  • Mr Rawlings, the solitary passenger on board the Susan Jane.

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  • No doubt,” answered Mr Rawlings; “but nobody but himself knows it!

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  • “We were talking about the boy, Seth,” said Mr Rawlings, smiling too.

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  • You like those chaps,” said Mr Rawlings with a smile, “dearly, eh?

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  • The idea of a practical man, as he regarded Mr Rawlings, speaking so!

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  • “I fear that we have no planks of that thickness whatever,” Mr Rawlings said.

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  • And Mr Rawlings chuckled as he strolled off up stream with the negro.

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  • I can see why you wanted to get in touch with Scholar Rawlings, certainly!

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  • Duckworth actually had no connection with Rawlings—no logical connection.

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