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Spellman

[spel-muh n] /ˈspɛl mən/
noun
1.
Francis Joseph, Cardinal, 1889–1967, U.S. Roman Catholic clergyman: archbishop of New York 1939–67.
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  • That may be,” answered Spellman, willing to be pacified; “but I cannot say I liked his tone.

    Marmaduke Merry William H. G. Kingston
  • I did not repeat to Spellman what Mr Johnson had said of him.

    Marmaduke Merry William H. G. Kingston
  • Notwithstanding what I have said of Spellman, I was in reality on very good terms with him.

    Marmaduke Merry William H. G. Kingston
  • Mr Johnson was steering, and Spellman was the midshipman in her.

    Marmaduke Merry William H. G. Kingston
  • Spellman and I were at the moment standing near the boatswain.

    Marmaduke Merry William H. G. Kingston
  • The next morning, when we were all awake, I asked Spellman how he felt.

    Marmaduke Merry William H. G. Kingston
  • For the moment, Doctor Spellman was the professional expert.

  • Spellman was careless,” said the gray-haired man impatiently.

  • I don't say as much as that; but I've never liked Mr. Brokenshire's man, Spellman.

    The High Heart Basil King
  • But Spellman had something to say before he died, and he said it to Walt Lampson.

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