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hereabouts

adverb around here, here, in the area, in the direction of, in the general vicinity, in the locale, in the vicinity, near here, somewhere close, somewhere near
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airy-cathodic liquid that in sucking in the hereabout lets it pass
He is an Oxonian, and a scholar of merit and he is by way of being an artilleryman of some note hereabout.
As was underscored in my last column hereabout the research findings from Northwestern's Media Management Center, many younger members of Gen Y expressed that it's just too much to follow along with news incrementally.
Louis Democratic paper, the Missouri Republican, the meeting attracted only "the small faction of excitables hereabout," and when "several" called out for Haley, "his reverence made a regular built political stump speech, full of the usual Abolition cant and rant of the day.
There is more hereabout the intellectual than the magistrate, and more about his very self-conscious and assiduous' self-fashioning' than about the context of political, social, and religious upheaval, but what comes through in brilliant clarity is de Thou's evolving persona and how it was constructed by him within the Republic of Letters.
Two points should be emphasized hereabout the preceding review of the current followings of these schools that are relevant to the argument of this Introduction.
Monolith was also the fulfillment of the creative desire Adams first expressed to his father in 1920: to "interpret the scenes hereabout through an impressionistic vision.
There's lots hereabout spirit styles and how they differ regionally and nationally, and Dalepicks his own favorites in value, premium and super-premium spirit brand categories.
Ay sir, that's Adam Bede, that is, I'll be bound--Thias Bede's son--everybody knows him hereabout.
The country hereabout was pleasant to the eye, well wooded, and covered with long sour grass, growing in tufts.
Pronounced ``joy-ya,'' Gioia - meaning ``happiness'' - a new ristorante in Woodland Hills, thankfully doesn't add to the overabundant list of Italian restaurants hereabout, it merely replaces one.