Perkins



[pur-kinz] /ˈpɜr kɪnz/

noun
1.
Frances, 1882–1965, U.S. sociologist: Secretary of Labor 1933–45.
2.
Maxwell (Evarts) 1884–1947, U.S. editor.

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