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Har·ring·ton

(har'ing-tŏn),
David O., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Harrington-Flocks test.
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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?
The Harringtons accepted the Rockies' tentative $4 million offer.
A family friend of the Harringtons told them Colorado would accept the four-year, $4-million contract if they dropped Tanzer.
The Harringtons have extensive experience in the Direct Response Television business.
Products in this category sell well at retail without much advertising, so with the millions of advertising dollars that we will spend to promote Pest Offense, we are expecting a big pop on the retail front," Harrington added.
The Harringtons go back to the 1700s in the city; Mr.
WORCESTER - Near the end of brief remarks James Harrington gave yesterday at the renaming of the Boys & Girls Club on Tainter Street in his parents' honor, he choked up.
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.
In the middle of all this history and hype will be Oregon quarterback Joey Harrington, like Baker a Portland kid - Harrington went to Central Catholic High School, Baker to Jefferson - who stayed in-state and found stardom.
What endures is friendship more than the football, though the two are bonded together almost as tightly as Harrington and his first teammates.
The first day of big rain we'd go out there,' Harrington said.
Gund-Harrington Initiative will create the National Center of Excellence in Fighting Blindness as part of the Harrington Discovery Institute at University Hospitals, Cleveland

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