/hwuyt, wuyt/, n.1. Byron R(aymond) ("Whizzer"), born 1917, U.S. lawyer and jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1962-93.2. Edmund, born 1940, U.S. novelist.3. Edward Douglass, 1845-1921, U.S. jurist: Chief Justice of the U.S. 1910-21.5. E(lwyn) B(rooks) /el"win/, 1899-1985, U.S. humorist and poet.6. George Leonard, 1838-95, U.S. choral conductor.7. Gilbert, 1720-93, English clergyman, naturalist, and writer.8. Patrick (Victor Martindale) /mahr"tn dayl'/, 1912-90, Australian writer, born in England: Nobel prize 1973.9. Stanford, 1853-1906, U.S. architect.10. Stewart Edward, 1873-1946, U.S. novelist.11. T(erence) H(anbury) /han"beuh ree/, 1896-1964, English novelist.12. Theodore H., 1915-86, U.S. journalist and writer.13. Walter Francis, 1893-1955, U.S. civil-rights leader and writer: executive secretary of the NAACP 1931-55.14. William A(lanson) /al"euhn seuhn/, 1870-1937, U.S. neurologist, psychiatrist, and writer.15. William Allen, 1868-1944, U.S. journalist.
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