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Schuyler

[ skahy-ler ]

noun

  1. Philip John, 1733–1804, American statesman and general in the Revolutionary War.


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In addition to her work at PWC, Schuyler leads the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, a 1,000-strong group of CEOs and academics who’ve joined forces to advance these values through business.

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In Illinois’s Schuyler and Adams counties, where the outbreaks tied to the camp occurred, about 40 percent of the population is vaccinated, state health officials said.

At which point Brooke piped up, “Well, Schuyler, neither can we.”

Schuyler Evans, a pedigreed bachelor from London, says he can spot a Harry hunter a mile away.

Men said angrily that their troops would never hold a place until a general had been shot, and Schuyler was superseded by Gates.

Although wounded to the quick by this order, Schuyler was too noble a man to show any anger.

You knew him, did you not, when he came a-courting Margaret Schuyler?

Once more there was silence, and it was a relief when the unemotional Mrs. Schuyler rose.

Still, Miss Schuyler had not spoiled the splendid parquetrie floor of American timber.

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