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Waite

[ weyt ]
/ weɪt /
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noun
Morrison Rem·ick [rem-ik], /ˈrɛm ɪk/, 1816–88, U.S. jurist: chief justice of the U.S. 1874–88.
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British Dictionary definitions for Waite

Waite
/ (weɪt) /

noun
Terry, full name Terence Hardy Waite. born 1939, British special envoy to the Archbishop of Canterbury, who negotiated the release of Western hostages held in the Middle East before being taken hostage himself (1987–91) in Lebanon
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