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Griswold

[ griz-wawld, -wuhld ]
/ ˈgrɪz wɔld, -wəld /
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noun

Erwin Nathaniel, 1904–1994, U.S. lawyer and educator: dean of Harvard University Law School 1950–67.
a male given name.

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