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Harrington

(ˈhærɪŋtən)
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(Biography) James. 1611–77, English republican and writer. He described his ideal form of government in Oceana (1656)
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and so she asked the two Harringtons to come, but Harriet was ill, and so Pen was forced to come by herself; and then, what do you think we did?
Miss Polly Harrington entered her kitchen a little hurriedly this June morning.
Nancy had never "worked out" before; but a sick mother suddenly widowed and left with three younger children besides Nancy herself, had forced the girl into doing something toward their support, and she had been so pleased when she found a place in the kitchen of the great house on the hill--Nancy had come from "The Corners," six miles away, and she knew Miss Polly Harrington only as the mistress of the old Harrington homestead, and one of the wealthiest residents of the town.
The letter was addressed to Miss Polly Harrington, Beldingsville, Vermont; and it read as follows:
On the 2d day of May, at the usual hour of embarking, the camp was thrown into some confusion by two of the hunters, named Harrington, expressing their intention to abandon the expedition and return home.
A little over two years since its inception, Harringtons has risen to become one of the most trusted premier Lifestyle Showroom and Auction House in the Philippines.
Continuing the tradition of HMR Auction Services, a pioneer of the Philippine auctioneering industry for over two decades, a group of elite auctioneers from Melbourne Australia, collaborated to create the Harringtons Lifestyle Auction and Showroom.
The Harringtons go back to the 1700s in the city; Mr.
That letter of intent that former Oregon coach Len Casanova sent to the Harringtons when Joey was an infant had no legal binding, though it certainly demonstrated Cas' ability to recognize talent.
College coaches, family friends and area scouts, according to the Harringtons, made pitches, sometimes three times a day, telling the family Tanzer was leading them astray.
IT WAS, by most recollections, the first time Joey Harrington was leading his team back from a deficit in the fourth quarter of an organized football game.

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