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  • ) that the youth’s earliest patron, companion, and friend, was a highly respected individual not entirely unconnected with the corn and seed trade, and whose eminently convenient and commodious business premises are situate within a hundred miles of the High Street.

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  • a commodious building suitable for conventions
  • I told them that I wished to rent a furnished house not too near the town, commodious enough to allow for two separate suites of rooms.
    Jean Rhys  --  Wide Sargasso Sea

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