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Saguache

[suh-wach] /səˈwætʃ/
noun
1.
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  • The plaza clock boomed ten strokes as they rode into Saguache.

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  • She had come to Saguache from the mountains several years before.

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  • From the barber shop they went to the best restaurant in Saguache.

    Crooked Trails and Straight William MacLeod Raine
  • It rolled into Saguache at the brisk heels of a bunch of horses just about the time the town was settling itself to supper.

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  • You can shake off the dust of Saguache from your hoofs till court meets in September.

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  • From his pocket he drew a copy of the Saguache Sentinel and showed her a marked story.

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  • Soapy, still astride his horse, tossed the Saguache Sentinel to him as he turned toward the stable.

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  • At last Sam drove his fist down on the table and said he was through with the outfit and was going back to Saguache.

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  • Saguache, wide open for the occasion, was already brisk with an assorted population of many races.

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  • Saguache, already inclined to make a hero of the young rustler, went wild over his victory.

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