Definition of Mccullers
1. Noun. United States novelist (1917-1967).
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Literary usage of Mccullers
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1. Historical Raleigh: With Sketches of Wake County (from 1771) and Its by Moses Neal Amis (1913)
"... McCullers (John Joseph Lane McCullers, father of Mr. Charles E. and Dr. Joseph McCullers), the late Col. LD Stephenson, Matthew Stephenson, Austin Jones ..."
2. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1922)
"Turning to McCullers v. Cheatham, supra, we find that the following cases are cited there: Boyle v. ..."
3. North Carolina Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of by North Carolina Supreme Court (1899)
"One Ben McCullers borrowed $110 of BF Montague, attorney of plaintiff, ... In July, 1893, McCullers left the State under a criminal charge and has not since ..."
4. First Report to the Cotton Planters' Convention of Georgia, on the by Joseph Jones (1860)
""When pulverised, it resembles some varieties of American Guano. No. 8.—Reddish Brown Marl. * Land of Capt. McCullers, near Limestone Spring ..."
5. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1894)
"McCullers, EH, Mechanico-Thera- peutics by Means of Apparatus, 285 Median ico-Therapeutics by Means of Apparatus, McCullers, 285 Medical Ills, Loftus, ..."
6. The Story of Georgia and the Georgia People, 1732 to 1860 by George Gilman Smith (1900)
"... Thomas Mercer, Robert Mori is, Henry McCullers, Dave and Daniel McCullers, R McGary, Samson Monger, Thos McDowell, David Meriwether, Francis Meriwether, ..."