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Mifflin

[mif-lin] /ˈmɪf lɪn/
noun
1.
Thomas, 1744–1800, American politician and Revolutionary general: president of the Continental Congress 1783–84; governor of Pennsylvania 1790–99.
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  • I used to live in Mifflin, where there aren't any houses like that.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • We only had strawberry and raspberry and plum and grape and apple butter in Mifflin.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • Mary Rose was perched on a chair across from him and was telling him of Mifflin.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • If Mifflin was what you think it was do you imagine Solomon and I would have left?

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • I declare, Kate, I'm 'most sorry you didn't leave her in Mifflin.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • First he had taken her cat and then her dog and her friend from Mifflin and now her letter.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • There isn't one house in all Mifflin so big and grand, is there?

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • In Mifflin everyone knew everyone and was interested in what happened.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • In Mifflin we lived side by side, you know, and not up and down.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett
  • He is a clerk in the drug store in Mifflin and he was real pleasant.

    Mary Rose of Mifflin

    Frances R. Sterrett

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