- a city in N England, in North Yorkshire: cathedral (12th–16th centuries). Pop: 16 468 (2001)
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Put your millions into the Ripon Society, or something like it designed to build a moderate voting base within the GOP.Michael Tomasky on Obama’s Delusions About the GOP’s ‘Fever’ Breaking
June 7, 2012
The text of the present edition is taken from the Ripon copy.Dialogues in French and English
While he endured their insolence at Ripon I fell on them at Durham.Browning's England
Helen Archibald Clarke
Were you going to Ripon and will you be back before one-thirty?The Strange Adventures of Mr. Middleton
Wardon Allan Curtis
In spite of all Captain Ripon could do, no news was obtained of the gypsy, or Tom.
"There, go out," Captain Ripon said, opening the front door of the hall.