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Attucks

[ at-uhks ]
/ ˈæt əks /
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noun
Cris·pus [kris-puhs], /ˈkrɪs pəs/, 1723?–70, American patriot, sailor of African and American Indian ancestry, killed in the Boston Massacre.
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