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Abington

[ ab-ing-tuhn ]

noun

  1. a town in SE Pennsylvania.
  2. a city in SE Massachusetts.


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Four months later, the child’s body was discovered in the Abington woods.

In Northampton an 18-year-old man has been charged for urging 140 people to bring “bats and weapons” to Abington Park over BBM.

But the hypothesis that Mrs. Abington penned the Letter of Letters has absolutely no foundation in contemporary evidence.

Therefore Mrs. Abington was the mother of a son who was a man of distinguished intellectual parts.

Mr. Hall hath no great matter, but only about Mr. Abington, though Mr. Attourney saith he hath more.

He also reprints the Milner of Abington, with a better arrangement of the text, shewing its true metrical form.

Fanny Barton, Mrs. Abington, first appeared on the stage at the Haymarket in 1755.

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