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Aintree

/ˈeɪntrɪ/
noun
1.
a suburb of Liverpool, in Merseyside: site of the racecourse over which the Grand National steeplechase has been run since 1839
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  • aintree sauntered up with his coat under his arm as Joyce and her sister vanished from sight.

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  • aintree inhaled the smoke of his cigarette and answered with eyes half-closed.

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  • Joyce's eyes turned in the direction of her sister who was coming out of the dining-room with aintree.

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  • aintree roused himself from his attitude of listless indifference.

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  • At aintree the crowd, which somehow always knows, had gathered to see the crack.

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  • Possibly she may be forthcoming when aintree has been arrested.

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  • I am a man of three dimensions: aintree, I am convinced, was endowed with the privilege of a fourth.

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  • The National always takes place on the Friday of aintree week.

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  • "It's something to have found aintree at home," Nigel returned.

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  • According to your story it was aintree who was chiefly instrumental in making the discovery?

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