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Conk•ling

(ˈkɒŋ klɪŋ)

n.
Roscoe, 1829–88, U.S. lawyer and politician: senator 1867–81.
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Nearly a dozen such senators dominated the upper chamber of the Congress, though two in particular stand out--Simon Cameron of Pennsylvania and Roscoe Conkling of New York.
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He went into politics for power, money, and prestige, and as the top lieutenant of New York's Republican party boss, the lordly Roscoe Conkling, Arthur secured all three.
The aptly chosen name given to the hog is Arbuckle, which quite obviously refers to a star of the silent movie era, none other than Roscoe Conkling Arbuckle, aka Fatty Arbuckle.
Roscoe Conkling. (80) Finally, some suggested that allocating representation on the basis of voters might be considered as tacitly approving continuing disenfranchisement of freedmen.