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Jenkinson

[ jeng-kin-suhn ]

noun

  1. Robert Banks, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, 1770–1828, British statesman: prime minister 1812–27.


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Jenkinson made the company aware of the vulnerability and offered, "They are either incredibly accommodating or complicit," he said, noting that the company's customers include government agencies.

During an afternoon out at Jenkinson's, JWoww thinks she is surrounded by gorillas and juice heads.

She experienced a longing for the sympathy and support of Mr Jenkinson Neeld.

Speaking of finishing up a subject as you go along naturally calls to mind the case of Josh Jenkinson, back in my home town.

"Go along with him, Mr. Jenkinson," whispered the barmaid, tipping Mr. Jenkinson the wink.

Thus brought to bay, Jenkinson solemnly declared that he meant to make Urquhart an offer that very day.

Jenkinson read several chapters of it, and then offered it for next to nothing to anybody who had a fancy for being thoughtful.

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