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Stoneham

[stoh-nuh m] /ˈstoʊ nəm/
noun
1.
a town in E Massachusetts, near Boston.
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  • "This is no case of emergency, Miss Baxter," grumbled Stoneham.

  • Now, Mr. Stoneham, in the first place, I want fifty golden sovereigns.

  • Then the shots began again, coming from Stoneham, Berry and Pender.

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  • Full and true he fell, right on the back of Stoneham, bearing him to the earth.

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  • When we got to Stoneham Lock Denny said he should go home and fetch his fishing-rod.

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  • When we got to Stoneham Lock, Denny said he should go home and fetch his fishing-rod.

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  • One night I exhibited to a poor but honest audience in the town of Stoneham, Maine.

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  • Need I tell the intellectual reader that we went straight off to the pen above Stoneham Lock to see the anglers competing?

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  • Stoneham and Dalsett, who were in the rear seat, looked back and shook their fists.

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  • I filed the claim, I beat Noddy, and this is the sheriff, who has arrested Mr. Stoneham.

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