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Haverford

[ hav-er-ferd ]

noun

  1. a township in SE Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.


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Euler, 23, from the Villanova section of Montgomery County, was a star lacrosse player from The Haverford School.

Scott befriended Brooks, 18, a 2013 graduate of The Haverford School.

Scott, 25, graduated from The Haverford School, an all-boys, $33,000 per year prep school in the town of Haverford, in 2008.

How would you compare yourself to Tom Haverford, who you play on Parks?

I was a freshman at Haverford College in 1975, and was literally besieged by my classmates.

Mr. Haverford had distinctly indicated in his letter to Mr. Litlebrown that he was to be built up by degrees.

The movement found Doctor Haverford, at her left, unprepared and with his coffee cup in his hand.

The rector was the other, and he was relieved to find Doctor Haverford moving up to the vacant place at his right.

"I told Doctor Haverford to-night that we would like to give him a car, Natalie," he began directly.

But Mrs. Haverford had not fought the verbal battles of the parish for twenty years in vain.

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