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Herriot, James Syllabification: Her·ri·ot, James
Pronunciation: /ˈherēət/

Definition of Herriot, James in English:

( 1916–1995), English short-story writer and veterinary surgeon; pseudonym of James Alfred Wight. His experiences as a veterinarian inspired a series of stories including All Creatures Great and Small (1972).

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