Boland



noun
an area of high altitude in S South Africa
Contemporary Examples

One Red Rose for the Green Kid Who Won the Kentucky Derby Red Smith May 2, 2014
One Red Rose for the Green Kid Who Won the Kentucky Derby Red Smith May 2, 2014

Historical Examples

No Defense, Complete Gilbert Parker
The Tithe-Proctor William Carleton
Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks
Little Lost Sister Virginia Brooks

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