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Andrew William, 1855–1937, U.S. financier: Secretary of the Treasury 1921–32.
Contemporary Examples

“He told me Andrew had tried to bilk $50 million out of Mrs. Mellon,” said Toben.
Witness Testifies He Took Rielle Hunter to an Airport in the Dead of Night Diane Dimond May 7, 2012

Michelle gives a tip of the hat to the Kennedy-era gardening of famed heiress Rachel “Bunny” Mellon.
12 Juicy Bits From Michelle Obama’s Garden Book Alex Klein May 30, 2012

“He would just sit in front of us, staring at us and kind of doing this really slow pant in our face,” Mellon says.
Meet Butters, the Christmas Dog Model Michael Daly December 24, 2013

I was told to cash the [Mellon] checks and that’s what I did.
Cheri Young Tells the Edwards Jury of Her Ordeal Diane Dimond April 30, 2012

“The original idea was for Jimmy to design the collection, and I would run the operations of the business,” Mellon said.
Rihanna’s New Music Video Was Banned After Only 10 Minutes; Tamara Mellon Spills on Jimmy Choo The Fashion Beast Team October 3, 2013

Historical Examples

Chief Pasteur walked over to where Mellon lay and took his stethoscope out of his little black bag.
Unwise Child Gordon Randall Garrett

He may even have suggested it to Mellon after Mellon had taken a dose of the drugged wine.
Unwise Child Gordon Randall Garrett

The voice is the voice of Mellon but the hand is the hand of Gilbert.
Behind the Mirrors Clinton W. Gilbert

Mrs. Mellon was on the platform clasping a fan in her gloved hands.
The Outrage Annie Vivanti

Captain Mellon, who had entered the military service of the United States in 1812, fell early in the action.
The Exiles of Florida Joshua R. Giddings


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