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 (rĭp′lē), George 1802-1880.
American minister, scholar, and literary critic. An important figure in the New England Transcendentalist movement, he directed the utopian community at Brook Farm, near Boston (1841-1847), and was the literary critic of the New York Tribune (1849-1880).

Ripley

(ˈrɪplɪ)
n
(Biography) George. 1802–80, US social reformer and transcendentalist: founder of the Brook Farm experiment in communal living in Massachusetts (1841)
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From Ripley until I came through Pyrford I was in the valley of the Wey, and the red glare was hidden from me.
We taught ourselves, and may I never forget our earlier rides, through and through Richmond Park when the afternoons were shortest, upon the incomparable Ripley Road when we gave a day to it.
I had my eye on the road all the way from Ripley to Cobham, and there were more Dunlop marks than any other kind.
After leaving you at the station I went for a charming walk through some admirable Surrey scenery to a pretty little village called Ripley, where I had my tea at an inn, and took the precaution of filling my flask and of putting a paper of sandwiches in my pocket.
But as one Connor left the club another returned, with goalkeeper Ripley heading back to Rockliffe after his stint with Burton Albion was terminated.
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Synopsis: The newest addition to the library of Ripley Believe Or Not books, "Ripley's Believe It or Not
Paul Ripley, 53, abducted the terrified youngster in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire last year, Chester Crown Court heard.
Ripley (1890-1949) enthralled millions with his global adventures, creating Odditoriums to showcase his worldwide findings--and he was a renowned radio, movie, and television personality.
By the time Europe erupted in war, Ripley was a household name, and he took to the airwaves to urge President Franklin Roosevelt, whom he once toasted as "that son of a bitch," to keep the United States out of the fight.