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Ervin

[ ur-vin ]

noun

  1. Samuel James, Jr. Sam, 1896–1985, U.S. jurist and politician: senator 1954–74.
  2. a male given name.


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In January, Ervin Lupoe shot to death his wife and five children and then himself in Los Angeles.

Ted Kennedy, whose subcommittee had done all the work, pushed Ervin for the chairmanship.

Helen Ervin's life in a private school for girls at San Francisco had been uneventful until her graduation.

Miss Ervin will probably be coming over here after her mail, and you might as well meet her now.

Meantime the trader would use his precious possession, the letter written by Helen Ervin, to terrify the girl.

Helen Ervin rode in to attend the hearing, in response to an inner appeal against which she had struggled vainly.

Anyway, he was not going to offer material resistance to something which was concerned with the well being of Helen Ervin.

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