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Swenson

[swen-suh n] /ˈswɛn sən/
noun
1.
May, 1919–89, U.S. poet.
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  • He travels, thought Mr. Swenson, the fastest who travels alone.

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  • Swenson, I suppose,” said Redfield, who entered at this moment.

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  • Hugh and Swenson have divided their garments with me, and this blanket which I wear is my only coat.

    Cavanagh: Forest Ranger Hamlin Garland
  • When he awoke it was noon, and Swenson, the guard, was standing over him.

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  • Swenson unslung his field-glasses and studied the party attentively.

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