Chandler


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Chan·dler

(chand'lĕr),
Paul A., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1896-1987. See: Chandler syndrome.
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This one delectable evening culled from each dull seventy was to Chandler a source of renascent bliss.
Up Broadway Chandler moved with the vespertine dress parade.
Chandler protracted his walk until the Forties began to intersect the great and glittering primrose way, for the evening was yet young, and when one is of the beau monde only one day in seventy, one loves to protract the pleasure.
Chandler assisted her to her feet with instant and solicitous courtesy.
Chandler looked at the girl and found her swiftly drawing his interest.
The girl looked quickly up into Chandler's clear, pleasant countenance.
Chandler was keeping the woman alive by all the means in his power, but life was slipping away from her, and suddenly she died.
Chandler hesitated a moment awkwardly, then he went up to the man and said:
Chandler told the midwife to come and fetch the certificate in the morning.
"It upsets one a bit at first, doesn't it?" said Chandler at last.
We went back to the little lodging over the chandler's shop, and there I found an opportunity of repeating to Peggotty what he had said to me.
"Of that young lady's--Miss Baker's, Miss Chandler's--what's her name?-- Miss Miller's intrigue with that little barber's block."