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Braeburn

/ˈbreɪˌbɜːn/
noun
1.
a variety of eating apple from New Zealand having sweet flesh and green and red skin
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  • The next afternoon Good got together an account of his stewardship and went to see Judith, who was at braeburn.

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  • With the first frost Judith closed her house at braeburn and returned to the city.

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  • They had had disagreeable preachers at braeburn, once or twice.

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  • But that, she sensed, could never be again as it was before that afternoon at braeburn.

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  • Winter had arrived in earnest and there were other reasons why braeburn had become impossible.

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