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Scripps

[skrips] /skrɪps/
noun
1.
Edward Wyllis
[wil-is] /ˈwɪl ɪs/ (Show IPA),
1854–1926, U.S. newspaper publisher.
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  • The relief from the cocain was instantaneous, but Scripps's manner showed no change.

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  • Scripps made no retort, and the dressing continued in silence.

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  • The most insufferable beast I've met in years—name of Scripps.

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  • Mr. Scripps, of course, couldn't go to Calcutta or anywhere else.

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  • "You've taken the devil's own time it appears to me," growled Mr. Scripps.

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