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Arthur, 1863–1935, British statesman and labor leader: Nobel Peace Prize 1934.
David Bremner
[brem-ner] /ˈbrɛm nər/ (Show IPA), 1840–1906, U.S. political leader: Speaker of the House 1899–1903.
Fletcher (“Smack”) 1898–1952, U.S. jazz pianist, arranger, and bandleader.
a city in NW Kentucky, on the Ohio River.
a city in SE Nevada, near Las Vegas.
a city in N North Carolina.
a town in E Texas.
Contemporary Examples

Meant as an inside joke between Henderson and her friends, the blog went viral.
‘Feminist Ryan Gosling’ Author Danielle Henderson on Her New Book Melissa Leon August 13, 2012

The backdrops seem, at times, suburban as Watson poses in front of the then modest Victorian-era townhomes of Henderson Place.
Bill Cunningham: Through the Lens of a Style King Justin Jones March 13, 2014

“I am going to accept the situation, Judge Henderson,” answered John, with a brevity that did not escape the keen old man.
David’s Book Club: The Souls of Black Folk David Frum May 4, 2013

Henderson was a freshman at the University of Wisconsin when she attended a speech on dating abuse.
Digital Harassment Is the New Means of Domestic Abuse Keli Goff February 9, 2014

“Grittiness is what differentiated it in from the beginning,” Henderson said.
‘True Blood’ Premiere: Is Sex the Only Reason We’re Still Watching? Kevin Fallon June 13, 2013

Historical Examples

You’re kind of soft around the stomach, Mr. Henderson, I’m sorry to say.
The Man Next Door Emerson Hough

You see, the day we went through the hospital, it was hot, and we went to Henderson’s for soda-water.
K Mary Roberts Rinehart

Margaret flushed a little, but apparently Henderson did not notice it.
A Little Journey in the World Charles Dudley Warner

Then Miss Henderson showed fight and her brother 204 Willie stood by her.
An Orkney Maid Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

Judge Henderson himself had heard the tumult on the streets.
The Broken Gate Emerson Hough

Arthur. 1863–1935, British Labour politician. As foreign secretary (1929–31) he supported the League of Nations and international disarmament; Nobel peace prize 1934


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