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Culbertson

[ kuhl-bert-suhn ]

noun

  1. E·ly [ee, -lee], 1893–1955, U.S. authority on contract bridge.


Culbertson

/ ˈkʌlbətsən /

noun

  1. CulbertsonEly18911955MUSSPORT AND GAMES: bridge player Ely (ˈiːlaɪ). 1891–1955, US authority on contract bridge


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The governor also gave effective aid to Mr. Culbertson in collecting an account due him from the government.

I was introduced to Mr. Culbertson and others, and, of course, the introduction went the rounds.

Mr. Culbertson saw this, and told me that to-morrow he would remove us to a larger, quieter, and better one.

Mr. Culbertson presented me with a pair 56 of stirrups, and a most splendid Blackfoot crupper for my saddle.

Mr. Culbertson drove me so fast, and Harris so much faster, over this rough ground, that I feel quite stiff.

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