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Swanson

[swon-suh n] /ˈswɒn sən/
noun
1.
Gloria (Gloria Josephine May Swenson) 1899–1983, U.S. film actress.
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  • Captain Hollinger reached across the table, and gripped Swanson's hand.

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  • "Yes, sir," replied Swanson humbly, his eyes gleaming oddly.

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  • I'd better come with you, while you send someone after Mr. Swanson.

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  • Well, I've noticed that they obey Swanson a heap quicker than they do Peters.

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  • Swanson and the old rheumatic seaman Borden stood before him.

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