I. biographical name Earl 1891-1974 American jurist; chief justice United States Supreme Court (1953-69) II. biographical name Gouverneur Kemble 1830-1882 American general III. biographical name Joseph 1741-1775 American physician & general in Revolution IV. biographical name Robert Penn 1905-1989 American author & educator; poet laureate (1986-87) V. geographical name 1. city SE Michigan N of Detroit population 138,247 2. city NE Ohio NW of Youngstown population 46,832

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  • Warren — Warren1 [wôr′ən, wär′ən] n. [NormFr warin < ? OHG Warin, the Varini, a people mentioned by Tacitus] a masculine name Warren2 [wôr′ən, wär′ən] 1. Earl 1891 1974; U.S. jurist: chief justice of the U.S. (1953 69) 2. Robert Penn 1905 89; U.S.… …   English World dictionary

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