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Urmston

/ˈɜːmstən/
noun
1.
a town in NW England, in Trafford unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 40 964 (2001)
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  • urmston evidently meant to stay, and even the stranger has only to ask for shelter upon the prairie.

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  • She left him somewhat abruptly, and urmston laughed a little.

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  • urmston said nothing, but went out to make his excuses to Custer.

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  • urmston laughed, though he felt that he had been favoured with a hint.

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  • "Of course," and urmston, who appeared to put a restraint upon himself, smiled drily.

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  • "I scarcely think it's worth worrying about," said urmston, reflectively.

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  • But yonder stands urmston Hall, upon a green bank, overlooking the river.

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  • Then Eveline Annersly turned to urmston with a little smile.

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  • urmston flushed, glad he was in the shadow where Carrie could not see him.

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  • urmston would be all right, too, if he has sense enough to keep quiet.

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