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in this general vicinity

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But she's a-visitin' hereabout at Mester Poyser's at the Hall Farm--it's them barns an' big walnut-trees, right away to the left, sir.
"Aye, sir, that's Adam Bede, that is, I'll be bound--Thias Bede's son everybody knows him hereabout. He's an uncommon clever stiddy fellow, an' wonderful strong.
There was a great fight all hereabout one day, Teddy--up in the air.
But moce of the people who lived hereabouts was too tender stummicked for rats.
And what's he?--he's got no land hereabout that ever I heard tell of.
But the iconoclast saith: "Ye shall have none at all, for ye need them not; and if the rebuilder fooleth round hereabout, behold I will depress the head of him and sit thereon till he squawk it."
But there is a passion for tall flagstaffs hereabout, and you may see its twin brother in five minutes, if you have a mind.
Our farm, like much of the countryside hereabout, is patchily ringed by wire fences threaded with strands of barbed wire.
Hereabout is the hothouse of my love [...] Let me enter, most precious Frisco; the mistress of this mansion is my beautiful hostess.
Hurling a volley of oaths at the frightened oxen, nicely chosen to meet the crisis, and accompanying his discourse with a platoon from his exceptional blacksnake, he at once restored order; then turning to the discomfited companion he remarked, "T'aint no use ye see, parson, them thar bulls is too far gone to be jerked up by a sermon, and I guess you'll find the folks hereabout just as tough.
Ephraim kept a shop in one of the thoroughfares that cross Grand street, east of the Bowery; he sold milk, eggs, and sundry etceteras--in winter adding to his vocations, those of a purveyor of pork and sausage meat, which is a driving and a thriving trade, hereabout, in cold weather.
We both deserve a break from this summer of craziness, and this news hereabout food and Lena Dunham's opinion about some of itprovides us with a doozy.
like the groundlings hereabout, in garments of sober hue, but the garb
That cremation was practised in the Bronze Age is evidenced for instance by cremated human bones in two cists hereabout at Sondlamagi, Muuksi.
"The neighbours hereabout had for many years, and may have still, some curious stories about General Washington's closeness in money matters.