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A city of southeast Nevada southeast of Las Vegas, founded in 1942.


(Biography) Arthur. 1863–1935, British Labour politician. As foreign secretary (1929–31) he supported the League of Nations and international disarmament; Nobel peace prize 1934


(ˈhɛn dər sən)

a city in SE Nevada, near Las Vegas. 122,339.
References in classic literature ?
And so Michael was ultimately sold to one Jacob Henderson for two thousand dollars.
Not once did Henderson raise his voice sharply to Michael, and not once did Michael snarl a warning at him.
That sobered him a little; and when he saw Henderson, the London journalist, in his garden, he called over the palings and made himself understood.
Henderson went into the railway station at once, in order to telegraph the news to London.
Will Henderson was a sensualist and had reached the age of forty-five.
As Will Henderson stood at the bar looking at the red hands and talking of women, his assistant, George Willard, sat in the office of the Winesburg Eagle and listened to the talk of Doctor Parcival.
One of the stablemen who had not gone out, Henderson by name, worked at Billy's stables.
It will give the strike a black eye, especially if Henderson croaks," he worried, when he came home.
Olaf Henderson and French Louis, partners together on Bone Creek, were the two largest men in the country, and though they were but half a head taller than the newcomer, between them he was dwarfed completely.
One of the hunters, a tall, loose-jointed chap named Henderson, was going aft at the time from the steerage (the name the hunters facetiously gave their midships sleeping quarters) to the cabin.
In the background stood Henderson, the perfect butler.
Miss Henderson was a newcomer, and it was some time before rumor made her out; but finally it transpired that she was a kept woman, the former mistress of the superintendent of a department in the same building.