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Paloma

[puh-loh-muh] /pəˈloʊ mə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • She was mostly Spiggoty and half Indian, and her name was Paloma.

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  • Just sat in-doors jabbering with Paloma and helping with the chores.

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  • When I got home, Paloma put a fat nugget of gold into my hand, which Vahna had sent him for.

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  • Paloma was the first to talk, in his own lingo, for he talked back to her.

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  • I doubt if she had ever crossed the threshold of the Paloma before.

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  • In those days Paloma was a new town on the line of the Southern Pacific.

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  • Even from beyond its circumference men rode in to Paloma to win her smiles.

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  • "The men of Paloma will do all the hurting," Mr. Beasley announced grimly.

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  • Morning also brought calmer counsel to the real men of Paloma.

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