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Reston

[res-tuh n] /ˈrɛs tən/
noun
1.
James (Barrett) ("Scotty") 1909–1995, U.S. journalist, born in Scotland.
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  • The tradesmen of Reston, the neighbouring town, however, somewhat hesitated about supplying Jane with provisions.

    Owen Hartley; or, Ups and Downs William H. G. Kingston
  • And now you will either get us aboard or send for Mr Reston.

    Hunting the Skipper George Manville Fenn
  • Cook stammered something unintelligible, and, somewhat surprised at her agitation, Mrs. Reston left the kitchen.

    For John's Sake Annie Frances Perram
  • "You will find no temptation to drink here," said Mrs. Reston.

    For John's Sake Annie Frances Perram
  • "But you lost your last situation by giving way to drink," said Mrs. Reston.

    For John's Sake Annie Frances Perram
  • Mr. Reston thought he had better not pursue the subject, and relapsed into silence.

    For John's Sake Annie Frances Perram
  • Edincran, properly Auchinchran, is an estate in the vicinity of Fosterland, as is Reston also.

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