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She is a varsity track star, a champion baton-twirler, and a volunteer at Cortland Memorial Hospital.
He sloshes motor oil over himself, the front seat, and the dash to conceal clues and leaves the car at Cortland Line Company.
I was leaving for California the next day, so Katie stayed and partied with me at a place in Cortland that serves kids drinks.
"It may be only a shooting affray, but we must soon know," replied Captain Cortland.
"Then look carefully to your conduct until the time comes to start," admonished Captain Cortland.Uncle Sam's Boys as Sergeants|H. Irving Hancock
Thus the colonel, a Cortland man, had given precedence to Madison.Company G|A. R. (Albert Rowe) Barlow
The boy had grown somewhat older and had learned to make and use the "snare," when he went on a visit to friends in Cortland.Days in the Open|Lathan A. Crandall
"It is a matter of evidence," replied Captain Cortland musingly.