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MasonicMa‧son‧ic /məˈsɒnɪk $ -ˈsɑː-/ adjective  SSOinvolved or connected with Freemasonry a Masonic lodge
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MasonicShe saw the teeming clutter of squalling children, the routine combat at the corner of Masonic and Golden Gate Avenue.According to clerical conservatives, liberalism was nothing but a permanent Masonic conspiracy.The squat cupola has fan-shaped windows, and the all-seeing eye in the centre of its ceiling suggests a certain Masonic influence.They blended in like Dolly Parton in a Masonic lodge.Maybe it held some Masonic significance I didn't recognise.The building, formerly a Masonic temple, stood twelve stories.a Masonic templeThe boys of the Haight would cross the park on Masonic, unconsciously walking closer to each other.
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