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Weston

[ wes-tuhn ]

noun

  1. Edward, 1886–1958, U.S. photographer.
  2. a city in NE Massachusetts.


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Weston said a government medical expert set one requirement, that it monitor Hinckley through two more transitions until next spring.

Ellen and Vrest restored an existing rural general store in Weston, and The Vermont County Store was born.

For Weston, those limits include the films encourage audiences to “root for cops and troops,” he said.

Burton, Jones, K2, and Weston are a few of the leading splitboard manufacturers.

Splitboard maker Weston had its biggest month ever in September, before the season even started, according to owner Leo Tsuo.

Gabriel Weston is an ear, nose and throat surgical specialist.

Streep plays Violet Weston, a woman unraveled after her husband's suicide.

Kirk Johnson speaks to John Kael Weston about his book and why the fight goes on.

John Kael Weston, who spent years in both, reflects on what another war would mean after the folly of the last two.

They all convene at the Weston family home, and over the next several days, a series of ghosts come out of the closet.

Hunter-Weston despite his heavy losses will be advancing to-morrow which should divert pressure from you.

To this day Robert Weston's age is a mystery to me; I might venture to guess that it is between thirty and fifty.

But I don't suppose Weston would bother spreading the tails out when he sat down.

Spiker was willing to bet that right now Weston was over the way trying to prove to them that two and two was four.

I could not adroitly turn the old man's wandering speculation into a general laugh as Weston would have done.

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