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Rinehart

[rahyn-hahrt] /ˈraɪn hɑrt/
noun
1.
Mary Roberts, 1876–1958, U.S. novelist and playwright.
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  • The strongest elements of Mrs. Rinehart's success are found in this book.

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  • Rinehart was one of the last American disciples of the classic school.

    American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson
  • Then the drug-store goes, and Carling's store and Rinehart's restaurant.

    Careers of Danger and Daring Cleveland Moffett
  • The Senate knows what's been going on between Rinehart and me, and so does the President.

    Martyr Alan Edward Nourse
  • It was fishy—it stunk from here to Mars, but Rinehart covered it up fast and clean.

    Martyr Alan Edward Nourse
  • An inquiring glance at Rinehart, a faint smiling nod in return.

    Martyr Alan Edward Nourse
  • He'd decided that Rinehart would be the one who could give it to him.

    Martyr Alan Edward Nourse

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