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Travers

[trav-erz] /ˈtræv ərz/
noun
1.
P(amela) L. 1899–1996, Australian writer, especially of children's stories, in England.
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  • This doctor was Mr. Travers's own grandfather, and Mr. Travers knows the story is true.

  • And yet, was it possible for him ever himself to have challenged Travers?

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  • "Let me be your convoy, then," said Travers, good-naturedly.

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  • It would have been to plant the Travers here on the very spot I destine for myself.

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  • It was more than doubtful that the Travers' would ever return to Ireland.

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Travers

/ˈtrævɜːz/
noun
1.
Ben(jamin). 1886–1980, British dramatist, best known for such farces as Rookery Nook (1926), Thark (1927), and Plunder (1928)
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