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Rourke

[roo rk] /rʊərk/
noun
1.
Constance, 1885–1941, U.S. historian and literary critic.
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  • How would you like to take me, Mr. Rourke, and let me work for you?

    Twelve Men Theodore Dreiser
  • Rourke was given a large force of men, whom he fairly gloried in bossing.

    Twelve Men Theodore Dreiser
  • You don't mean to say that you're going to discharge them, Rourke, do you?

    Twelve Men Theodore Dreiser
  • Rourke, in particular, was unfortunately placed and terribly injured.

    Twelve Men Theodore Dreiser
  • Lady Rourke sank down, slowly, almost at the Eurasian's feet.

    Tales of Chinatown Sax Rohmer

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