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Wheaton

[hweet-n, weet-n] /ˈʰwit n, ˈwit n/
noun
1.
a town in central Maryland.
2.
a city in NE Illinois, W of Chicago.
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  • O'Brien and Wheaton went with him, and they were talking earnestly about something.

    The First Capture Harry Castlemon
  • "If it had not been for Wheaton here, I would not have thought of taking that schooner," said he.

    The First Capture Harry Castlemon
  • Then Wheaton began to fasten the flag to it, and presently it began to go aloft.

    The First Capture Harry Castlemon
  • "I wish there was a union on it so that we could hoist it union down," said Wheaton.

    The First Capture Harry Castlemon
  • "There is the man who pulled it down," he added, pointing to Wheaton.

    The First Capture Harry Castlemon
  • There was to be no New Year's party at the Wheaton mansion this year.

    Overland Tales

    Josephine Clifford
  • Mrs. Wheaton had approached the group, and Charlie turned to her.

    Overland Tales

    Josephine Clifford
  • Mr. Wheaton threatened to go off with joy this time, his face turned so red.

    Overland Tales

    Josephine Clifford
  • For a better report of Pinkney's speech see Wheaton: Pinkney, 612-16.

  • Are they likely not to be used in future because Bluntschli, Heffter, or Wheaton prohibits them?

    Military Manners and Customs James Anson Farrer

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