- a variety of eating apple from New Zealand having sweet flesh and green and red skin
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They had had disagreeable preachers at Braeburn, once or twice.
With the first frost Judith closed her house at Braeburn and returned to the city.
But that, she sensed, could never be again as it was before that afternoon at Braeburn.
The next afternoon Good got together an account of his stewardship and went to see Judith, who was at Braeburn.
Winter had arrived in earnest and there were other reasons why Braeburn had become impossible.