How to use Aitken in a sentence
The skin colour and texture, eyes and hair were then added by Janice Aitken, of the university's art college.
The friend suggested he use the names of acquaintances James Aitken and Harry Bond.
Fleming made the right choice: No actor could find heat in “Aitken … Harry Aitken.”
And inside the lavish 900-person dinner, the art continued: Aitken was the unseen master of ceremonies behind the event.
Lee Aitken is an editor and writer who has worked at Time Inc.
The other test, that of Mr. Aitken, depends on the condensation of steam.
A great book by a big man—Sir Max Aitken deserves not merely compliments and unstinted praise, but thanks as well.Canada in Flanders, Volume I (of 3) | Lord Max Aitken Beaverbrook
Mrs. Aitken is apparently a lesser Mrs. Browning, cast in a Scotch mould.
The characters in Mrs. Aitken's sketch are weak and thin, and the verse intolerable.
The correspondence between her and Dr. Aitken is especially voluminous.The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 1 of 2 | Edward Tyas Cook
British Dictionary definitions for Aitken
Robert Grant. 1864–1951, US astronomer who discovered over three thousand double stars
William Maxwell: See Beaverbrook
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