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Genesee

[jen-uh-see] /ˌdʒɛn əˈsi/
noun
1.
a river flowing N from N Pennsylvania through W New York into Lake Ontario. 144 miles (230 km) long.
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  • Genesee only laughed shortly—an Indian laugh, in which there is no melody.

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  • Those were the first neat cattle that were ever brought to the Genesee flats.

  • "Don't blame the whole squad," said the man who took the articles from the Captain and handed them up to Genesee.

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  • The coffee was drank, and the lunch for Andrews was appropriated for Genesee.

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  • Again and again Genesee's eyes seemed to say, "Can it be you?"

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  • "Take care there with your knives," said Genesee as one shoulder was bared to sight.

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  • Then for the first time, Genesee spoke of his self-imposed search.

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  • To their people he was not Genesee the outcast, the immoral, the suspected.

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  • "Bide a bit, Genesee," he said, his native accent always creeping upward in any emotion.

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  • "This is Mr. Stuart," said the Major, and then turned to Genesee.

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