Peterson

[pee-ter-suh n]
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  • Dr. Peterson says that the sunstroke was only the determining cause.

  • The wonder was not that he lost, but that he succeeded in finishing at Peterson's at all.

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  • Meantime, I found Peterson, my old skipper, much as I had expected.

  • He approached me now, with a salute, which probably he copied from Peterson.

  • The morning papers, very likely, Peterson,” said I. “The baseball scores.


British Dictionary definitions for peterson

Peterson

noun
  1. Oscar (Emmanuel). 1925–2007, Canadian jazz pianist and singer, who led his own trio from the early 1950s
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