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Rennie

[ren-ee] /ˈrɛn i/
noun
1.
John, 1761–1821, Scottish engineer.
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  • I wonder if Mrs. Rennie is really as handsome as Mrs. Burnett says.

  • Rennie, we'll move on down there and see if we can pick up any information.

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  • You're Rennie, one of that Morgan company who joined at Harrisburg.

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  • “It might have been one of his worst, Rennie,” suggested Patricia consolingly.

  • Mr. Rennie says that he saw one at work on a brick of a hard yellow kind.

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  • But the books,” she murmured, starting up, “Rennie will be waiting.

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  • Rennie, whose real name was Miss Renton, appeared to be in no hurry.

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  • She asked Rennie and Donnie, the inseparable two who had worked in that corner so long.

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  • Rennie and all the others of the sales group who stayed from year to year had said it.

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Rennie

/ˈrɛnɪ/
noun
1.
John. 1761–1821, British civil engineer who designed bridges, canals, docks, and harbours, including three London bridges and the London and East India docks
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