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Weston

[wes-tuh n] /ˈwɛs tən/
noun
1.
Edward, 1886–1958, U.S. photographer.
2.
a city in NE Massachusetts.
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  • Voices approached the shop—or rather one voice and two ladies: Mrs. Weston and Miss Bates met them at the door.

    Emma Jane Austen
  • Then Mr. Weston startled them by an invitation which almost took their breath away.

    Left Behind James Otis
  • Mrs. Weston knew that she could not be in better hands than under the care of so faithful and respectable a servant.

    Aunt Phillis's Cabin Mary H. Eastman
  • Frank was directed to run for the cottage of the widow Weston.

    The Boat Club Oliver Optic
  • Presently Sheepy joined him, first refreshing himself, as usual, with a long look at the snoring Weston.

    Ross Grant Tenderfoot John Garland

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