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Littleton

[lit-l-tuh n] /ˈlɪt l tən/
noun
1.
Sir Thomas, c1407–1481, English jurist and author.
2.
a town in NE Colorado.
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  • I had been absent the evening before, and Littleton had been over.

  • He said: "I'll bet Littleton carried that ball home with him."

  • We once stopped at one belonging to the Littles, near Littleton.

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  • Captain Littleton will speak to you about it, and he understands these things.

    Little By Little William Taylor Adams
  • "Very well, I will go with you;" and Captain Littleton stepped into the boat.

    Little By Little William Taylor Adams
  • "Keep her away a little; we will go on board of her if you like," said Captain Littleton.

    Little By Little William Taylor Adams
  • "You see she has air chambers at the bow and stern," said Captain Littleton.

    Little By Little William Taylor Adams
  • "You do not understand me, Captain Littleton," replied Paul, earnestly.

    Little By Little William Taylor Adams

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