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Williamson

[ wil-yuhm-suhn ]
/ ˈwɪl yəm sən /
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noun
Mount, a mountain in E California, in the Sierra Nevada N of Mount Whitney. 14,375 feet (4,382 meters).
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British Dictionary definitions for Williamson

Williamson
/ (ˈwɪljəmsən) /

noun
David. born 1942, Australian dramatist. His plays include Don's Party (1971), Emerald City (1987) and Brilliant Lies (1993)
Henry. 1895–1977, British novelist, best known for Tarka the Otter (1927) and other animal stories
Malcolm. 1931–2003, Australian composer, living in Britain: Master of the Queen's Music (1975–2003). His works include operas and music for children
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