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Sloane

[slohn] /sloʊn/
noun
1.
Sir Hans, 1660–1753, English physician and naturalist.
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  • And did she tell you that Mrs. Sloane Schuyler begged to have her presented?

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  • The lights of Victoria saw him too, and Sloane Square, and the railings of the park.

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  • The latter interest had brought Hastings to the Sloane country home in Virginia.

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  • Sloane's got his mind set on seeing you; and you won't regret it.

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  • "It's knocked me out—completely," Sloane said, surrendering the torch to Wilton.

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