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Hendon

[hen-duh n] /ˈhɛn dən/
noun
1.
a former borough, now part of Barnet, a city in Middlesex, in SE England, NW of London.
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  • We are to infer that you visited the house of the Draytons at Hendon?

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  • Will you swear that your voices were not raised in angry dispute while you were at the inn at Hendon?

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  • Tell him to go to Hendon at once, and when he goes, you go with him.

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  • If he does not come, you must follow me to Hendon and tell me so.

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  • "Paul Drayton, the innkeeper of Hendon," she answered, calmly.

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  • The parish of Hampstead was originally included in that of Hendon.

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  • However poor we are, Hendon, we need not lose our self-respect.

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  • I will not hear you speak like that, Hendon, my own darling brother!

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  • There was utter silence, and Hendon Chartley turned his face away.

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