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Upjohn

[uhp-jon] /ˈʌpˌdʒɒn/
noun
1.
Richard, 1802–78, and his son, Richard Michell
[mi-shel] /mɪˈʃɛl/ (Show IPA)
1828–1903, U.S. architects, born in England.
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  • The possibility of Upjohn's winning the bet had seemed remote to me.

  • Mrs. Upjohn goes out, closing the door, and Jeyes comes to Lily.

  • Nodding to Roper and then coming forward and addressing Mrs. Upjohn.

  • His hands in his trouser-pockets, contemplating Mrs. Upjohn desperately.

  • "M-m," assented Mrs. Upjohn, rocking quietly and comfortably.

    Concerning Sally William John Hopkins
  • Not knowing, Mrs. Upjohn, for a wonder, did not undertake to say.

    Concerning Sally William John Hopkins
  • Mrs. Upjohn was a heavy woman and she obeyed with some difficulty.

    Concerning Sally William John Hopkins
  • She filled her mouth with pins while Mrs. Upjohn again mounted the table.

    Concerning Sally William John Hopkins
  • To this Mrs. Upjohn agreed, but Letty did not wait for her reply.

    Concerning Sally William John Hopkins
  • Mrs. Upjohn spoke cordially, as she did invariably of Sally.

    Concerning Sally William John Hopkins

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