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  • Between Kuhn and McCleaf, 20 varieties of apples are available.

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  • "Hopefully, people are seeing something they have never seen before," McCleaf said.

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  • Factors, like the financial bottom line, will determine whether Green Grove Gardens hosts another hot air balloon festival, but McCleaf said he definitely wants to continue holding

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  • McCleaf said some people were disappointed when they arrived between launches.

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  • Organizers were unable to count the number of visitors, McCleaf said.

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  • "The event we feel was very successful," McCleaf said.

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  • The town has restored the historic barn on Springfield Lane and has begun offering it for rent for weddings and other events, McCleaf said.

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  • McCleaf said he wanted to make it very clear that the measure was not intended to allow

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  • Some patients whom staff originally thought might need surgery, such as a child with a head injury, ended up being fine in a few hours without it, McCleaf said.

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  • McCleaf, 38, served as a councilman from 2001 to 2005 and has been mayor since 2005.

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  • Aha! I should have known: to make or made sibilant. Ho ha!

    July 12, 2009

  • I just looked up lich here on wordnik and found:

    Century Dictionary (2)

    1.An assibilated form of like1.

    2.An obsolete assibilated form of like2.

    I'll have to search elsewhere to find the meaning.

    July 12, 2009