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Tarlton

[ tahrl-tn ]

noun

  1. Richard, died 1588, English actor.


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Newland and Tarlton is the firm that outfits most shooting parties that start out from Nairobi.

"A camera," said Miss Tarlton, with an inflection in her tone which entirely eliminated any other possibility.

Miss Tarlton repeated, with the accent of one who feels an immeasurable mental gulf between herself and her interlocutor.

Arrived at this point Miss Tarlton felt she need no longer listen, she simply noted with pitying tolerance the random utterance.

Tarlton Lewis was appointed to superintend the building of the raft.

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