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Grafton

[ graf-tuhn, grahf- ]

noun

  1. Sue, 1940–2017, U.S. detective novelist.
  2. a city in central Massachusetts.


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Never again will I take reading for granted; Sherman and Grafton made clear that bookishness is a behavior worth looking into.

Even as far as Cape Grafton the wind cannot be said to be steady.

The land between this and Cape Grafton is high, and towards the north has several remarkable peaks.

He said his name was Mark Grafton, that his parents were dead, and that he had no living relatives who cared for him.

Tom meekly did as he was bid, but in his heart there raged the passions of a demon, and he swore Mark Grafton should die.

From this last building 160 men surrendered and were marched down Grafton Street.

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