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Radcliff

[rad-klif] /ˈræd klɪf/
noun
1.
a city in central Kentucky.
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  • Radcliff could not finish the sentence, for the agonies of death were upon him.

    City Crimes Greenhorn
  • "Well, I suppose that is the plain English of it," replied Radcliff.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge
  • "Well, that can't be helped now," said Radcliff, with a scoffing laugh.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge
  • "I'll stay, and I'll work,—I'll do as the rest do," said Radcliff.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge
  • Such was about the usual amount of satisfaction Radcliff got from his talk with Vinnie.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge
  • Mr. Betterson was coming up from the stable, accompanied by Radcliff.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge
  • "Some accident must certainly have happened to Radcliff," said Mr. Betterson.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge
  • Nor does it include grandchildren: Radcliff v. Buckley, 10 Ves.

  • You notice, with the exception of Field and Radcliff, they are all new men.

    The Outlet Andy Adams
  • So Radcliff found himself out of place, unappreciated; and discontent filled his soul.

    The Young Surveyor; J. T. Trowbridge

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