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Martinson

[ mahr-tn-suhn; Swedish mahr-tin-sawn ]

noun

  1. Har·ry Ed·mund [har, -ee , ed, -m, uh, nd, hah, -, r, i , ed, -m, oo, nt], 1904–78, Swedish novelist and poet: Nobel Prize 1974.


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Margaret Martinson was killed in a car crash in Central Park.

A week ago, no one had heard of Rebecca Martinson, but now the sorority sister—whose email launched a million clicks—is notorious.

Paul Martinson steadied her, and she thanked him with a little blush that made Laura look at her wickedly.

But Billie was not the only one who had found Paul Martinson good looking.

Laura had not, for she was talking and laughing with Paul Martinson and Connie.

Martinson, from long experience conceived that this must be a matter of family misconduct—a son, daughter, wife.

Two men claim that Luke Martinson never had any rights here—that the old Martinson claim to the island was a false one.

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