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“The Dentons have five children, 1 to 13 years old, and the two middle sons, 6 and 8, are having trouble.”
“The Dentons were ancestors of the Coke family, now Earls of Leicester.”
“Dentons, -- all people, according to Cairy, "one might know.”
“During part of August and September, too, the Dentons were away from the Manor.”
“She had so fondly set her heart on reuniting the Dentons that her disappointment was very great.”
“The Dentons had no poor relations; they regarded them as the one thing _not_ needful, and they concluded it was better to give Davie a commission and send him away.”
“In the UK, land registry documents suggest that some of the pretty cottages and the new healing centre in Queen Camel were at one time owned by the Dentons themselves.”
“By then, the Dentons had sold a bungalow they lived in Launceston, Cornwall, which was owned by the charity, for around £200,000, and the first healing centre in Castle Cary had also been vacated.”
“As well as the centre in New Zealand, which it run by the Dentons, and the sister centre in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, it also has other retreats in Vancouver, Canada and Michigan, USA.”
“It loses the ability for the new Chasers, the new Andrew Dentons to actually be found and actually be developed and I think that's sad," he told a Senate hearing on Monday in Canberra.”
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