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Blacktown

[blak-toun] /ˈblækˌtaʊn/
noun
1.
a city in New South Wales, SE Australia, near Sydney.
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  • By keeping on the high land we are bound to come out somewhere near Farley's or Blacktown.

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  • Well, you'd better go to Blacktown agin, or else take the train for New York.

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  • "It wouldn't be a bad plan for us to walk to Blacktown over the same path he took," Bill said.

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  • You know who I mean; the feller what come over to Blacktown with you an' Skip.

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  • In afternoon went a long rickshaw ride through Blacktown to the North Beach.

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  • Come on, an' let's get through with the business as soon as we can, for we're due in Blacktown mighty soon.

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  • If you want to buy a good revolver, though, I'll sell one cheap, and take my pay when we meet in Blacktown.

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  • I ain't jest sure, but we'll strike Blacktown first, an' then go wherever things look most promisin'.

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  • A farmer who lived five or six miles the other side of Blacktown.

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  • "I want you to go over to Blacktown bank," Mr. Wright said to Sam when he entered the building.

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