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Winslow

[winz-loh] /ˈwɪnz loʊ/
noun
1.
Edward, 1595–1655, English colonist and author in America: governor of the Plymouth colony 1633, 1639, 1644.
2.
a male given name.
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  • Carver, Bradford, Winslow, and Standish were of their number.

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  • By the time he was ten he was "Jed" Winslow beyond hope of recovery.

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  • Mr. Winslow explained, taking his own deliberate time in making the explanation.

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  • And so, in this curious fashion, did tenants come to the old Winslow house.

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  • "You mustn't mind what the child says, Mr. Winslow," she explained, hurriedly.

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  • But when other people are around she thinks 'Mr. Winslow' would be more respectaful.

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