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  • n. Plural form of Durham.

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Examples

  • Durham that the Collings improved, and they are still called Durhams in many parts.

    A Short History of English Agriculture

  • Heres what she likes about Durhams approach to running, health, and character building.

    Young Runners

  • Durhams training is based on fast laps of the track.

    Young Runners

  • With Durhams values-based approach, in which good citizenship is prized and report cards are checked, plus its relentless emphasis on family nutrition, youngsters are embraced by a full-scale health assault in which bad habits are corrected, new ideas emerge, and the team serves as a society unto itself.

    Young Runners

  • Durhams program runs from March into August, five months.

    Young Runners

  • I want to ask you about this class distinction between the Democrats, where the downscale, lower-income Democrats voting for Hillary Clinton and the Hanovers and the college towns and the Durhams in New Hampshire going overwhelmingly for Obama.

    On to Michigan

  • Goodnight introduced Durhams, the early Shorthorns, but they were unsuited to that country.

    THE AMERICAN WEST

  • Most of the cattle were Durhams, gradually being improved by the introduction of thoroughbred Shorthorn bulls, brought either overland from the East or by boat around Cape Horn.

    THE AMERICAN WEST

  • The scrawny Longhorns were still plentiful, but they were gradually being displaced by a crossbreed of rangy Durhams, later known as Shorthorns.

    THE AMERICAN WEST

  • Combining their resources, the two men increased their land holdings and imported Durhams from Kentucky in order to improve their stock.

    THE AMERICAN WEST

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