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New World
used in The Lords of Discipline

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the Americas (North, South, and Central with nearby islands) (also known as the Western Hemisphere — which was new to Europe in the 16th century)
  • Together, we studied the antiques in shop windows on lower King Street, and she would deliver small lectures on the histories of spoons, the travels of porcelain to the New World, or the elegance of the Queen Anne period.
    Chapter 3.25 (10% in)
  • They're famous in the lowcountry as being among the finest ever brought to the New World from England.
    Chapter 4.38 (97% in)

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