a town in NW England, in SE Lancashire. Pop: 35 203 (2001)
Contemporary Examples

The accrington Public Library was a fully stocked library built out of stone on the values of an age of self-help and betterment.
Only Six Books: Excerpt From Jeanette Winterson’s New Memoir Jeanette Winterson March 6, 2012

Historical Examples

“Mr. Brand is coming back,” said Mrs. accrington to her, with a meaning smile.
A True Friend Adeline Sergeant

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