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Boland

/ˈbʊəlant/
noun
1.
an area of high altitude in S South Africa
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  • What had Mr. boland done but what others had been doing for ages, and were doing still?

    The Tithe-Proctor William Carleton
  • “Yes, someone calling you, Mr. boland,” broke in Miss Masters.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
  • The conversation was interrupted by the entrance of boland senior.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
  • Four 154 for you, Mr. boland,” she went on, “and a special for Mr. Harry boland.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
  • For answer the elder boland scrutinized Grogan over his glasses.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
  • There was an attachment that enabled boland to hear at the same time.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
  • The elder boland, who had followed Druce, fell upon his son.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
  • “Pay the driver—in advance—with this, or part of it,” continued Mr. boland.

    Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks

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