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  1. a male given name.

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So far, it is a small group, including just McCain, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Orrin Hatch of Utah.

Geithner does, however, single out Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) for supporting him when the senator had nothing to gain.

They prefer calm, reasonable-sounding politicians like Jon Huntsman, Orrin Hatch, and—yes—Bill Bennett.

With the help of Republican senators like McCain and Orrin Hatch, President Obama signed similar legislation in 2009.

In 2000, conservatives unhappy with George W. Bush split between Forbes, Gary Bauer, Orrin Hatch, and Alan Keyes.

Orrin Blakey stood at the door of his lumber yard surveying me with curious eyes but I passed him in silence.

There on the low stone wall bordering on the east the property of Captain Orrin Eldridge, he seated himself to rest and cogitate.

Orrin was very fond of going to the sea-shore, and when he had been a good boy his mother would go there with him.

Orrin's mother was almost sorry when he was too old to be kept at home under her instruction.

The boy thought so too, and was willing to take advice, so he hid his kite behind the fence, and went with Orrin.