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Shultz

[shoo lts] /ʃʊlts/
noun
1.
George P(ratt) born 1920, U.S. government official and diplomat: secretary of state 1982–89.
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  • He stopped at the turnstiles once more, and Shultz glared at him angrily.

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  • Shultz was playing on the walk in front of the grimy main entrance.

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  • "Joe'll be around in half an hour," Shultz explained generously.

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  • He began to understand the cause of Shultz's question—and supper impended.

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  • That will give him a possible chance to score if Shultz hits safe.

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