Parker

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Par·ker

(par'kĕr),
Edward Mason, U.S. surgeon, 1860-1941. See: Parker-Kerr suture.
References in classic literature ?
Parker, as though her trouble that there should be trouble in the house was the greater.
And Jo looked as much scandalized as if Amy and little Parker were not yet in their teens.
Then they saw the French Rolls, who were very polite to them, and made a brief call upon the Parker H.
Just touch the bell, and when Parker comes I will tell him what you want.
You remember Parker, who used to be Coxon's manager?
Yet, he knew so little about the inmates that he gave them names of his own invention: as 'Miss Elizabeth', 'Master George', 'Aunt Jane', 'Uncle Parker '--having no authority whatever for any such designations, but particularly the last--to which, as a natural consequence, he stuck with great obstinacy.