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Fairhaven

[fair-hey-vuh n] /ˈfɛərˌheɪ vən/
noun
1.
a city in SE Massachusetts.
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  • They stayed at Fairhaven just long enough to put out a small portion of their cargo.

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  • What more obvious, since Charley was to land at Fairhaven and to stay a month in England?

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  • He came to where Milldean road joined the main road by the red villas, and turned to the right towards Fairhaven.

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  • He came to me the morning of the day you—you went over to Fairhaven.

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  • The value of the investment devoted to this business at Fairhaven is about $120.

    A Report upon the Mollusk Fisheries of Massachusetts Commissioners on Fisheries and Game
  • That was the one which left Fairhaven with the Blind Man's son on board.

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  • He rode through the gale into Fairhaven, thinking nothing of Mrs. Valentine's house, waiting on fate to show him the way.

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  • Another little stone fort is also built on the opposite side of the harbor, on a rock at the lower end of Fairhaven.

  • Grue, proprietors of the Wisconsin Grocery, rank as the foremost merchants of Fairhaven.

  • The township of Acushnet was formed from the northern part of Fairhaven in 1860.

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