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McKinley, John Syllabification: Mc·Kin·ley, John
Pronunciation: /məˈkinlē/

Definition of McKinley, John in English:

( 1780–1852), US Supreme Court associate justice 1837–52. A US senator 1826–31, 1837 and a member of the US House of Representatives 1833–35, he was appointed to the Court by President Van Buren.

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