How to use Weymouth in a sentence
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Weymouth points out that the presses are no longer in the building, which is outdated and dark.
“If possible, we want to stay in the District,” Weymouth said.
Weymouth had nothing but praise for her handpicked editor on Tuesday.
Grafton came to London as seldom as possible, but George found a willing instrument in Weymouth.
Rochford retired with a pension of £2,500 and was succeeded by Weymouth as secretary of the southern department.
"This is the very place where they were when we first saw them," said Weymouth.
Weymouth, bring a piece of old canvas and a bit of manila-yarn.
"I've heard that the northern lights were caused by electricity," said Weymouth.