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Claremont is going to be sold: a Mr. Ellis has it now.
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There are neither roads, post-offices, telegraphs nor policemen; these tidy commonplace "Belle Vues," "Claremonts" and "Montpeliers" are on the very threshold of the mysterious Forbidden Land.
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These suburbs have a wonderfully home-like look, embowered as they are in oak trees, and the buildings are all of the solid familiar type; even the very railway stations, except for their nameboards, might be at Wandsworth Common, Balham, or Barnes, instead of at Rosebank, Rondebosch, and Claremont, though Balham and Barnes are not fortunate enough to have the purple ramparts of Table Mountain or the Devil's Peak towering over them, whilst, on the other hand, they fortunately escape the all-pervading South African dust.
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Pope Urban was the first to give authority and strength to the movement, and at a vast meeting at Claremont of 30,000 clergy and 4000 barons, it was decided that war must be made against the infidel.
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Accordingly, we met at the Ferry Building, fully equipped, and took the boat across San Francisco Bay, thence by cars to Claremont, and from there struck into the hills.
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C. Willard, Box 707, Claremont, N.H., a volume of "Youth's Companion" and a book for a volume of GOLDEN DAYS.
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The cab by this time had got as far as Claremont, and from the hill summit they had a splendid view of the broad sweep of the majestic Hudson and the towering walls of the blue palisades.
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They could leave the cab at Claremont and drive back to the city later.
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The movement began among a handful of peasants in the neighbourhood of St. Leu and Claremont.
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At Claremont, Bambi ordered a most enticing repast, and they were very gay.
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The sun shone, the early spring air was soft, and a certain gala "stolen sweets" air of Claremont made it seem their most intimate meal.
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His last day in Natal was spent in a service with a confirmation at Claremont, and an evening service at Durban.
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I'll never go any further out in the country than Claremont.
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Line out to Claremont or some of those foolish places.
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We can stop at the Cadillac, the Circle, the Casino in the Park and then make a quick jump to Claremont.
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Claremont or Far Rockaway for theirs, and if he didn't come across with the big feed with the necessary liquid trimmings it would be the tar and feathers for his.
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Examples of Claremont

Example #1
It is a house that seems never to have prospered.
Example #2
After dinner we walked forward to be overtaken at the coachman's time, and before he did overtake us we were very near Kingston.
Example #3
An Army doctor told me that he had been up at the last frontier telegraph-office of India.
Example #4
The trim, smug villas of Dalhousie and Auckland Roads may have electric light, and neat gardens full of primroses; fifteen miles away civilisation, as we understand the term, ends.
Example #5
Fortunately the Australian myrtle has been introduced, a shrub that can apparently dispense with moisture, so thanks to it every garden in the Capetown suburbs is surrounded by a hedge of vivid perennial green.
Example #6
Rondebosch Parish Church might have been lifted bodily from England; it is an exceedingly handsome building of a very familiar type, yet in the churchyard there was not one blade of green; nothing but naked earth between the graves.