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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A town of southeast Ontario, Canada, northwest of Toronto. Population: 57,100.

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Examples

  • In honor of Ada Lovelace Day, I post an essay I wrote for an Ada Exhibit that took place in Caledon in July of 2008.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Today I came to a degree of clarity about the role-playing situation in Caledon, the Victorian Steampunk region of Second Life.

    2007 May

  • Anybody who knows me (YOU especially!!!!), should know that my behaviour in Caledon has almost 99. 999999% consistently had been one of behaving * honourably*.

    Conflagration In Caledon

  • His presence seems to be upsetting some of the fairer folk in Caledon, as hushed whispers come to me ears, "werewolf!".

    Beastly Rumours

  • I agree, all three conflict-based rp's in Caledon ended in drama and/or fiasco.

    Calmer words

  • I don't think conflict-oriented RP is a good idea in Caledon, and we should just quit.

    Calmer words

  • Of the three major RP events in Caledon, there have been hurt feelings every time.

    Calmer words

  • All I will say on the manner is that one man's reputation is perhaps irreparably tarnished in Caledon, and an undeserved injury was given a lady.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Being in Caledon has really taught me that its not one's appearance but one's soul is that which shines through.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • And to me, my friends in Caledon are dear to my heart, and I desire to lose none of them.

    Conflagration In Caledon

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