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- n. Plural form of caron.
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Its ancient proprietors were a race of powerful and warlike carons, who bore the same name with the castle itself, which was Ravenswood.
As for the second thing, the reason that Roddy got carons minutes in the second half is probably the result of the stomach virus that has been troubling Butler .. so no hard feelings there.
La: ge IbtiiH arc Rtkoned by lacks, carons, and ar-ibs.
and i absolutely find pleasure in analyzing them, though you're always looking for something to knock your socks off. you're so right about that! for me, so far, it's the daltroff carons - my notes on them read like bad poetry by a hormonal teenager. i. love. them. so. much.
a race of powerful and warlike carons, who bore the same name with the castle itself, which was Ravenswood.