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Farnborough

/ˈfɑːnbərə; -brə/
noun
1.
a town in S England, in NE Hampshire: military base, with an aeronautical research centre. Pop: 57 147 (2001)
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  • But farnborough was not to be dissuaded from seeing humour in the situation.

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  • farnborough looked first at the expressionless face, and then at the message.

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  • He looked at her for the first time since farnborough left the room.

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  • Stonor caught sight of farnborough approaching and lowered his voice.

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  • She speedily recovered and was able to resume her journey to farnborough.

  • Miss farnborough pushed back her chair, and rose to her feet.

    The Independence of Claire Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • Miss farnborough was a woman before she was a school-mistress.

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