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Greenlawn

[green-lawn] /ˈgrinˌlɔn/
noun
1.
a town on NW Long Island, in SE New York.
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  • Two unknown men lost their lives while trying to save a twelve-year-old girl from a raft floating near Greenlawn Avenue.

  • And so things went on at Greenlawn, year after year, and season after season.

    Featherland George Manville Fenn
  • We aim to please at Greenlawn, Ma'am—within reason—you understand.

    The Amazing Mrs. Mimms David C. Knight
  • At any rate orders were orders and Mrs. Mimms began to consider the practical side of leaving Greenlawn.

    The Amazing Mrs. Mimms David C. Knight
  • For an hour she had been seated on the bus which had carried her from the address in New York out to Greenlawn.

    The Amazing Mrs. Mimms David C. Knight

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