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Bonneville

[bon-uh-vil] /ˈbɒn əˌvɪl/
noun
1.
Lake, a prehistoric lake in Utah, E Nevada, and S Idaho: Great Salt Lake is its remnant. 350 miles (564 km) long.
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  • But for all that, the ranchers about Bonneville knew whom to look to as a source of trouble.

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  • This cart also brought the Bonneville paper and the mail of the previous night.

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  • I've got to admit that; I was in to Bonneville a while ago to find out.

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  • But Presley informed him that Broderson had gone to Bonneville earlier in the morning.

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  • Annixter liked Dyke, as did every one else in and about Bonneville.

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  • But he had returned by way of Bonneville to get a crate that had come for him from San Diego.

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  • But Bonneville was not too far from San Francisco; the separation was by no means final.

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  • It was about half-past seven when Presley reached Bonneville.

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  • We learned it all through our friends in Bonneville about an hour ago.

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