Templeton


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Templeton

self-centered rat. [Children’s Lit.: Charlotte’s Web]
See: Egotism
References in classic literature ?
Scotland, however, had been of late used so exclusively as the scene of what is called Historical Romance, that the preliminary letter of Mr Laurence Templeton became in some measure necessary.
It is scarcely necessary to add, that there was no idea or wish to pass off the supposed Mr Templeton as a real person.
She--er--her name--her name is Marie--Marie Templeton.
There is no human aid nearer than Templeton,” he said, “and the hut of Natty is full three miles from this— come, come, my young friend, go with us, and let the new doctor look to this shoulder of thine.
Templeton of the University of Washington in Seattle.
Is Progress Speeding Up: Our Multiplying Multitudes of Blessings by John M, Templeton (Radnor, PA: Templeton Foundation Press, 1997); 291 pp,; $19,95 cloth,
Humans expanded again and again out of Africa, but these expansions resulted in interbreeding, not replacement, and thereby strengthened the genetic ties between human populations throughout the world," Templeton says.