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Usage examples for tabard:
Dost think he'll return here to dine or hast gone to the Tabard A Maid of Many Moods, - Virna Sheard.
The old " Tabard from which Chaucer's pilgrims started on their memorable journey, was destroyed by a great fire in 1676, rebuilt in the old fashion, and continued until 1875, when it had to make way for a modern " old Tabard and some hop merchant's offices. ” Vanishing England, - P. H. Ditchfield.

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