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Trowbridge

/ˈtrəʊˌbrɪdʒ/
noun
1.
a market town in SW England, administrative centre of Wiltshire: woollen manufacturing. Pop: 34 401 (2001)
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  • The story has the charm which is always found in Mr. trowbridge's works.

    Breaking Away Oliver Optic
  • Doubtless, the land in question was the property of the Marquis of trowbridge.

    The Vicar of Bullhampton

    Anthony Trollope
  • Facts are always valuable, and I am sure Lord trowbridge was obliged to you.

    The Vicar of Bullhampton

    Anthony Trollope
  • trowbridge slapped his friend on the shoulder, and they separated.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony
  • The exclamation shot from trowbridge like the crack of a gun.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony
  • "Luckily, he's away just now," trowbridge went on, ignoring the interruption.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony
  • "That is why we are here," said trowbridge, when he had quieted Santry once more.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony
  • He was in the act of springing upon Rexhill when trowbridge seized him.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony
  • "A number of my boys got into a shooting affray with some herders," trowbridge explained.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony
  • trowbridge slid his weapon back into its resting place and smiled up at her.

    Hidden Gold Wilder Anthony

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