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Hinckley

/ˈhɪŋklɪ/
noun
1.
a town in central England, in Leicestershire. Pop: 43 246 (2001)
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  • The rules of Effect are laid down with great precision and minuteness, and illustrated with several neat engravings by hinckley.

  • Mrs. hinckley, his wife; devoted to the emancipation of woman.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • hinckley, who had an admirable power of seeing the crux of a situation, was making a rather grave prognosis for us.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • And he hurried out, only to reappear as soon as Mr. hinckley was gone.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • The chief towns are Leicester, the county town, Loughborough, and hinckley.

    The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood
  • Elkins appointed Harper and hinckley to do the286 negotiating with Cornish.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • It was Miss hinckley in a smart trap, to which was harnessed a beautiful horse, standard bred, one could see at a glance.

    Aladdin & Co. Herbert Quick
  • Mrs. hinckley screamed, and her husband, shouting "Stop thief!"

    The Blue Dragon Kirk Munroe
  • For a minute Mrs. hinckley did not notice the strange object, but finally it caught her eye, and she picked it up.

    The Blue Dragon Kirk Munroe
  • "But in case of the worst, she would want Rob with her," suggested Mrs. hinckley.

    The Blue Dragon Kirk Munroe

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