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Bellaire

[buh-lair, bel-air] /bəˈlɛər, bɛlˈɛər/
noun
1.
a city in SE Texas, within the city limits of Houston.
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  • It would be but a matter of a few weeks if she could get him away from Bellaire.

    Rose O'Paradise Grace Miller White
  • But already Napoleon's eye had found him and he was Captain Bellaire.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • "Ygerne Bellaire," she said with an affected demureness which dimpled at him.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • The thought entered his mind, "Ygerne Bellaire had gone on here before him!"

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • Bellaire, though penniless after the disaster of 1815, had managed in the five years to have accumulated much.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • Ygerne sought to retrieve the long lost Bellaire fortune; Lemarc's interests jumped with hers in the matter.

    Wolf Breed

    Jackson Gregory
  • You may save us from disaster, although we have had so many experiences first out at Flosston, then last summer at Bellaire.

  • The intelligence that Douglas was in Bellaire speedily brought a throng about the hotel in which he was resting.

    Stephen A. Douglas Allen Johnson
  • It had carried her from the man she loved, brought her away from Bellaire, the city of her hopes.

    Rose O'Paradise Grace Miller White

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