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Stegner

[steg-ner] /ˈstɛg nər/
noun
1.
Wallace (Earle) 1909–93, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
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  • Stegner took flight, taking his secret apparatus and files with him.

    Of Stegner's Folly Richard S. Shaver
  • "Maybe I made a mistake not believing your story about Stegner," he said.

    Of Stegner's Folly Richard S. Shaver
  • They came to me then, those moral ones Stegner had said existed.

    Of Stegner's Folly Richard S. Shaver
  • Stegner pointed one great finger to the horizon and I looked.

    Of Stegner's Folly Richard S. Shaver
  • Stegner's voice held the sadness of a great and sorrowful god.

    Of Stegner's Folly Richard S. Shaver
  • I was there the day Stegner announced the results of ten year's research on his selector.

    Of Stegner's Folly Richard S. Shaver

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