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Vern

[vurn] /vɜrn/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Vernon.
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  • You'll be running off with Vern Barton or somebody the first thing I know.

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  • Then abruptly he scowled again and turned to face Vern and me.

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  • Vern looked at me and shrugged, meaning, you asked for this one, boy.

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  • And it was always Vern, Vern, telling us what to do, ironing out our troubles.

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  • Well be right here, Major, Vern said reassuringly, escorting him to the door.

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  • I left that part up to Vern, since he claimed to be able to handle it.

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  • Vern says to apologize for not looking in on you hissbut hes been busy.

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  • With the cowboy Vern setting the pace we plunged after them.

  • And in a couple of minutes there was a knock on the door, and she yelled, Come in, and in came Vern.

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  • Because one of the little things Vern had up his sleeve was that he had found a spot for himself on the Majors payroll.

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