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Baxter

[ bak-ster ]
/ ˈbæk stər /
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noun
Richard, 1615–91, English Puritan preacher, scholar, and writer.
a male given name.
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Baxter
/ (ˈbækstə) /

noun
James (Keir). 1926–72, New Zealand lyric poet. His works include The Fallen House (1953) and In Fires of No Return (1958)
Richard . 1615–91, English Puritan divine and devotional writer: prominent in church affairs during the Restoration
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