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Tomlinson

[tom-lin-suh n] /ˈtɒm lɪn sən/
noun
1.
Henry Major, 1873–1958, English journalist and novelist.
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  • Tomlinson's flume, which would bring the water to the mine, was not finished yet.

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  • Mr. Tomlinson had trouble with the people at Mr. Folsom's and Mr. Harrison's both.

  • Both Leger and Sewell went, and Tomlinson came back with them.

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  • I helped Tomlinson and Brodie to carry him to the settee in the hall.

  • Tomlinson looked at him with a little glint in his eyes, and then laid his hand on Ingleby's shoulder.

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