from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A menhir.
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Built in 1900 for the estate's gamekeeper, our home for the next four days is a red-brick double-fronted Edwardian house, named for the Neolithic longstone on the brow of the hill.
Arm in arm, they hurried after the others, drawn to the meadow of the longstone by the call of Tommy's music.
When he glanced at the longstone, he saw that both Tommy and his dog were gone.
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