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Reid

[ reed ]
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noun

Sir George Huston, 1845–1918, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: prime minister 1904–05.
Thomas, 1710–96, Scottish philosopher.
White·law [hwahyt-law, wahyt-], /ˈʰwaɪtˌlɔ, ˌwaɪt-/, 1837–1912, U.S. diplomat and journalist.
a male given name, form of Read.

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Reid
/ (riːd) /

noun

Sir George Houston . 1845–1918, Australian statesman, born in Scotland: premier of New South Wales (1894–99); prime minister of Australia (1904–05)
Thomas . 1710–96, Scottish philosopher and founder of what came to be known as the philosophy of common sense
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