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Winton

/ˈwɪntən/
noun
1.
Tim, full name Timothy John Winton. born 1960. Australian writer. His novels include Cloudstreet (1992), The Riders (1995) and Dirt Music (2002)
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  • Yet, in one month from that night, winton and she were lovers, not only in thought but in deed.

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  • And winton found that he had been made Gyp's guardian and trustee.

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  • So passed the eleven years till she was nineteen and winton forty-six.

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  • She had all winton's dandyism, and just so much more as was appropriate to her sex.

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  • To winton she gave as much love as ever, even more, perhaps; but the dew was off.

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  • His confession spurred winton on to the fortification of his daughter's position.

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  • Gyp was too pretty, winton too cool, his quietness too formidable.

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  • They had bought no programme, all music being the same to winton, and Gyp not needing any.

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  • Miss winton—he believed—had heard his friend Fiorsen play; but not in London?

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