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Willingdon

[ wil-ing-duhn ]

noun

  1. Freeman Free·man-Thom·as [free, -m, uh, n-, tom, -, uh, s], 1st Marquis of, 1866–1941, British colonial official: governor general of Canada 1926–31; viceroy and governor general of India 1931–36.


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In each case we pass through Willingdon and Polegate, and stop at Lewes.

For Willingdon Mill, formerly gay with flowers and creepers, is now a wreck of its former self.

We now have fine views of the Downs on our right front though Willingdon to Eastbourne (63 m.).

The classic case of haunting in England is, perhaps, that of Willingdon Mill.

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