Kramer

[krey-mer]
noun
  1. John Albert (Jack),1921–2009, U.S. tennis player and promoter.
  2. Larry,born 1935, U.S. novelist, playwright, screenwriter, and gay activist.
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  • "I don't dare lose you," Kramer said as Mary came into the lab.

    Pandemic

    Jesse Franklin Bone

  • Kramer grinned, his teeth a white flash across the darkness of his face.

    Pandemic

    Jesse Franklin Bone

  • "Your delicate nose will be the death of me yet—" Kramer said.

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    Jesse Franklin Bone

  • I guessed that Kramer was having a pretty rough time of it now.

    Greylorn

    John Keith Laumer

  • He flushed, looked at Kramer, then passed the pistol over without a word.

    Greylorn

    John Keith Laumer