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Gordon W(illard) 1897–1967, U.S. psychologist and educator.
Historical Examples

“If that Commander Allport would stand in like a true man and lend us a hand, we might get off even now,” exclaimed Desmond.
The Three Commanders W.H.G. Kingston

Then Mr. Allport talked water-rates and gas-fittings to Mr. Massey.
Gray youth Oliver Onions

It stood first on the list of lines recommended p. 109for construction in the Report of the Allport Commission.
Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland Joseph Tatlow

They were followed a few minutes later by Miss Crebbin and her young man, a Mr. Allport.
Gray youth Oliver Onions

Now Commander Allport did not recollect that Murray was his senior.
The Three Commanders W.H.G. Kingston

When Dr. Allport Brinton’s alarm clock sounded, it brought madness.
Wait for Weight Jack McKenty

“I am your superior officer, and it is my duty to act as I think fit, without taking your opinion,” answered Commander Allport.
The Three Commanders W.H.G. Kingston

Commander Allport, who was standing on deck, received Adair with a supercilious air.
The Three Commanders W.H.G. Kingston

Mr. Allport accompanied them along the platform to the carriages outside the station.
Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland Joseph Tatlow


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