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Corwin

[ kawr-win ]

noun

  1. Norman (Lewis), 1910–2011, U.S. radio and stage dramatist and novelist.


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Democrats spent millions of dollars hammering the Republican, Jane Corwin, for her support of the Ryan budget plan.

He is co-host of CNN's documentary series Planet in Peril, with Sanjay Gupta and Jeff Corwin.

Scott L. Corwin is a Partner with the global leading management consulting firm Booz & Company based in New York.

Corwin drank off the glass, and in an humble manner returned it to the landlord with modest thanks.

I send her with a trusty maid and Captain Corwin, because I do not want her to remember the end.

For she had settled in her mind that Captain Corwin would bring him back and that it would take a long, long while.

I had neither heard anything from Mr. Corwin nor seen anything of the deer trail.

I had given up hope of Mr. Corwin starting the deer so they would be likely to come my way.

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