Kerwin

[kur-win]
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Contemporary Examples of kerwin

  • I am talking about work from Kerwin Charles, Erik Hurst, and Nikolai Roussanov on conspicuous consumption and race.

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Historical Examples of kerwin

  • Kerwin took no note of the irony, replying, "He ought to have one."

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    Karl Edwin Harriman

  • Kerwin went to him and held out his hand, which the other took, grinning.

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    Karl Edwin Harriman

  • "Now, that's different," Kerwin continued, none the less grave.

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    Karl Edwin Harriman

  • Kerwin was going to do many things; he was going to be busier than a puppy with a bone, he said.

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    Karl Edwin Harriman

  • He rushed into the little room, and returning, held out his skates to Kerwin.

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    Karl Edwin Harriman