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Moncton

[muhngk-tuh n] /ˈmʌŋk tən/
noun
1.
a city in SE New Brunswick, in E Canada.
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  • Theophilus was on his way to Moncton, and appointed the old rascal to meet him somewhere on the road.

    The Monctons Susanna Moodie
  • Here I found Mr. Moncton engaged with papers of consequence.

  • Wolfe fell early in the battle, and Moncton is dangerously wounded.

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  • Before I could promise anything Mr. Moncton entered the room.

  • Here he resided several years, but settled finally at Moncton.

  • But I am going too: I leave Moncton at the same time, for an indefinite period.

    The Monctons Susanna Moodie
  • Mr. Moncton regarded me with a haughty and contemptuous smile.

  • I was just on my way to Moncton Park to speak to you on this important subject.'

    The Monctons Susanna Moodie
  • Mr. Moncton was attending a circuit in the country, and his watchful eye was no longer upon us.

  • The harvest had been gathered in, and the ripe autumnal fruits hung heavily on the loaded trees when we returned to Moncton Park.

    The Monctons Susanna Moodie
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Moncton

/ˈmɒŋktən/
noun
1.
a city in E Canada, in SE New Brunswick. Pop: 90 359 (2001)
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