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Hinckley

/ˈhɪŋklɪ/
noun
1.
a town in central England, in Leicestershire. Pop: 43 246 (2001)
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  • On that very day, too, we had our first conference with Mr. hinckley.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • Good credit was the prime necessity, and that Mr. hinckley certainly had.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • Mr. hinckley has warned us that he has an engagement in thirty minutes.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • I asked Mr. hinckley as to the length of his own residence in Lattimore.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • And he hurried out, only to reappear as soon as Mr. hinckley was gone.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • Mrs. hinckley, his wife; devoted to the emancipation of woman.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • Elkins appointed Harper and hinckley to do the286 negotiating with Cornish.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • No news in that,” said I to Mr. hinckley; “I wonder that he bothered to send it.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • Mrs. hinckley screamed, and her husband, shouting "Stop thief!"

    The Blue Dragon Kirk Munroe
  • "First find the meaning of 'Hazel,' and then we will talk about it," replied Mr. hinckley.

    The Blue Dragon Kirk Munroe

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