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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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a regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to have an income without working
  • She thought of Frederic again, perhaps already back in their pension, his tie falling across the back of a chair.
    p. 335.2
  • He'd left for Europe a few weeks later, calling her now and then from rustic pensions or tiny hotels by the sea.
    p. 325.4
  • Tonight she would meet him at their pension by the river.
    p. 328.6
  • She walked across cobblestones to the pension, painted pale yellow and faintly luminous, its window boxes spilling flowers.
    p. 335.9

There are no more uses of "pension" in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter.

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