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Allport

[awl-pawrt, -pohrt]
noun
  1. Gordon W(illard),1897–1967, U.S. psychologist and educator.
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  • Now Commander Allport did not recollect that Murray was his senior.

    The Three Commanders

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • Then Mr. Allport talked water-rates and gas-fittings to Mr. Massey.

    Gray youth

    Oliver Onions

  • They were followed a few minutes later by Miss Crebbin and her young man, a Mr. Allport.

    Gray youth

    Oliver Onions

  • “If that Commander Allport would stand in like a true man and lend us a hand, we might get off even now,” exclaimed Desmond.

    The Three Commanders

    W.H.G. Kingston

  • “I am your superior officer, and it is my duty to act as I think fit, without taking your opinion,” answered Commander Allport.

    The Three Commanders

    W.H.G. Kingston