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noun as in minstrel

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That’s part of why the 10-year, $300 million offer to Harper in September 2018 was too late.

Appearing with Bowser at a news briefing, Harper said the goal is to attack the root causes of gun violence before it occurs.

On the 40-man roster alone, the Nationals have four obvious options — Bacus, Harper, Clay and McGowin — to be their eighth reliever.

We were both working for Outside and Harper’s, and Barry really stunned me by treating me like a long-lost friend.

“I knew his heart, I knew his track record, and I knew his will was to work for the whole state of Mississippi,” Harper said.

Hamish Marshall himself is a former staffer of Prime Minister Harper.

Excerpted by permission of Harper Books, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.

“A lot of my fans ask me if I really like it or if I was acting,” says Harper.

But the fact that American conservatives like Harper is not proof the prime minister is some ultra-right-wing hack.

Barnes and Harper talked deeply about hockey, a subject that the prime minister has written a book about.

Lee's army is sweeping victoriously through Maryland; Harper's Ferry taken with ten thousand prisoners.

I pulled around the corner onto Harper street, and into the path of a tommy gun's fire.

The harper at the head of the hall struck up an ancient march, and the dishes were brought in, in grand procession.

So Mr. Creed and I (the play being done) went to Mrs. Harper's, and there sat and drank, it being about twelve at night.

Of course Camilla Harper wasn't much good to us, as she was quite one of the biggest ones.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harper, such as: troubadour, bard, jongleur, musician, performance, and player.

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