Burnham

[bur-nuh m]
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noun

Daniel Hudson,1846–1912, U.S. architect and city planner.

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  • Burnham remarked, much too casually to have deceived anybody but old Sam.

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  • "He's got a perfect right to advise me, Mr. Burnham," interposed Graham, rising.

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  • Burnham's hand fell heavily on his forearm and he checked as if throttled.

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  • I'm afraid, though, he got little encouragement from Mr. Burnham.

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  • Roland was lingering unwillingly, detained by Burnham's imperative hand.

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