superintendent

[ soo-per-in-ten-duh nt, soo-prin- ]SEE DEFINITION OF superintendent

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The superintendent would have refused an interview but for one consideration.

"I suppose you want to be taken back," said the superintendent, abruptly.

That evening, the lawyer called at the house of the superintendent.

I wish my father had intrusted his money to you instead of to the superintendent.

It is the superintendent of the factory in our village—a man rich, or, at any rate, well-to-do.

Meanwhile, fortune had improved with Mr. Davis, the superintendent of the factory.

"I think I will," said the superintendent, helping himself to a fresh slice of toast.

"Good-morning, Mr. Davis," said Robert, as the superintendent entered.

"It hasn't much for me," said the superintendent, shrugging his shoulders.

"Good-night, captain," said the superintendent, accompanying him to the door.

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