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Harwell

/ˈhɑːˌwɛl/
noun
1.
a village in S England, in Oxfordshire: atomic research station (1947)
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  • Yes, sir; Mr. harwell says he saw him as late as half-past ten in the evening.

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • "I should like to ask Mr. harwell a question," said a juryman who had not yet spoken.

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • Did you hear Mr. harwell when he left the library and ascended to his room?

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • I forget just how long after Mr. harwell came up I closed it.

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • But Mr. harwell was visible, and from him I heard what the verdict had been.

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • And I told him of Mr. harwell's communication in regard to the matter.

    The Leavenworth Case Anna Katherine Green
  • It will send me to New York next month to represent harwell.

    The Half-Back

    Ralph Henry Barbour
  • Yates had a proud record to sustain, harwell a decade of worsting to atone for.

    The Half-Back

    Ralph Henry Barbour
  • harwell appeared to be outclassed, so far as her rush line was concerned.

    The Half-Back

    Ralph Henry Barbour
  • harwell made her last desperate rally on her twenty-five yards.

    The Half-Back

    Ralph Henry Barbour

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