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After many days of wolfish travel he saw signs of the vicinage of the Shoshone Indians.
THE WAY OF AN INDIANFREDERIC REMINGTON
The conception of a pomoerium as a "vicinage attached to" a city, appears to be something quite novel and original.
COLLECTED ESSAYS, VOLUME VT. H. HUXLEY
I should have supposed it meant a narrower locality and would apply to a city or town—a vicinage.
PAPERS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY-THIRD GENERAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATIONVARIOUS
That the whipper-snappers of the vicinage should indulge their propensities comes as the order of their nature.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 1)HENRY WATTERSON
Our law provided but a precarious and uncomfortable niche for them under the rubric common pur cause de vicinage.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
Common appendant, common appurtenant, common in gross, and common par cause de vicinage.
THE AGRARIAN PROBLEM IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURYRICHARD HENRY TAWNEY
I like so much to be alone that I cannot even endure the vicinage of other beings sleeping under the same roof.
THE WORKS OF GUY DE MAUPASSANT, VOLUME IV (OF 8)GUY DE MAUPASSANT
And made its hated rival Lowville, two miles to its north, the county seat and chief village of the vicinage.
THE STORY OF THE ROME, WATERTOWN, AND OGDENSBURG RAILROADEDWARD HUNGERFORD
There were certain lager-beer saloons in the vicinage of Sixth avenue and Sixteenth street he was said to frequent.
DANGER! A TRUE HISTORY OF A GREAT CITY'S WILES AND TEMPTATIONSWILLIAM HOWE
Who has not seen, the sedate ogema in such a vicinage, smoking a dignified pipe with senatorial ease.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT

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