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Lynwood

[lin-woo d] /ˈlɪnˌwʊd/
noun
1.
a city in SW California.
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  • "Looks like they've decided to make a nudist colony of it," Lynwood commented.

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  • Lynwood was some three miles from the River Swamp, and shall a gentleman allow a lady to lug her belongings that distance?

    The Purple Heights Marie Conway Oemler
  • He went up to Lynwood one morning to find Claribel packing for a hasty departure.

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  • As they drew up to the open door, he saw Lynwood and Norton, pilot and engineer, standing just inside waiting for him.

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  • And that evening we sat by his gas stove and he read me the next four chapters of 'Lynwood.'

  • Lynwood handled the ship on manual control with ease, almost with flourish.

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  • Davison has forwarded me to-day two letters from readers of 'Lynwood.'

  • He had astonished me by the vigour and depth of the first volume of 'Lynwood's Heritage.'

  • "Some sort of petty squabble over who gives orders to who," Lynwood answered.

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  • The last part of 'Lynwood' far exceeded my expectations; perhaps—yet I don't really think so—I viewed it too favourably.

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