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Kirkman   Listen
noun
Kirkman  n.  (pl. kirkmen)  
1.
A clergyman or officer in a kirk. (Scot.)
2.
A member of the Church of Scotland, as distinguished from a member of another communion. (Scot.)






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"Kirkman" Quotes from Famous Books



... dated 1661, has a fresh title-page and bears the following notice:—'You may speedily expect those other Playes, which | Kirkman, and his Hawkers have deceived the | buyers withall, selling them at treble the value, that | this and the rest will be sold for, which are the | onely Originall and corrected copies, as they | were first purchased by us at no mean | rate, and ...
— Wit Without Money - The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher • Francis Beaumont

... old Ben Kirkman, the cattle king? His ranch run from the Nueces to the Rio Grande. In them days, as you know, there was cattle barons and cattle kings. The difference was this: when a cattleman went to San Antone and bought beer for the newspaper reporters and only ...
— Sixes and Sevens • O. Henry



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