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Swinnerton

[swin-er-tuh n] /ˈswɪn ər tən/
noun
1.
Frank (Arthur) 1884–1982, English novelist and critic.
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  • Of Mr Swinnerton, who also stands outside his canvas, one is not so sure.

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  • Jimmie Kent's voice was as pleasant as Swinnerton's had been.

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  • The stern assurance of Conniston's tone seemed to surprise Swinnerton.

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  • He stooped, seized the bit of one of Swinnerton's horses, and jerked it about into the road.

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  • Swinnerton's scheme looked more promising than the Old Man's.

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  • We send for a hundred men, an' it saves Swinnerton the trouble an' expense of a wire.

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  • Was the combination of desert and Swinnerton and capital going to prove too much for them?

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  • You can go to Swinnerton, but when he knows that I have fired you he won't take you on.

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  • And as often as he heard them curse him he heard them curse Swinnerton.

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  • Mr. Swinnerton wants a competent engineer to aid him in a bit of work.

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