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Latrobe

[luh-trohb] /ləˈtroʊb/
noun
1.
Benjamin Henry, 1764–1820, U.S. architect and engineer, born in England.
2.
a city in SW Pennsylvania.
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  • “Well, you go out and tell Casey to come down as soon as he gets the truck in place,” decided Latrobe.

    Copper Coleson's Ghost Edward P. Hendrick
  • Mrs Latrobe appraised Lady Betty by means of one rapid glance.

    The Maidens' Lodge Emily Sarah Holt
  • Mrs. Latrobe and Dolly had soon become friends, as the following note shows.

    Dorothy Payne, Quakeress Ella Kent Barnard
  • “Surely, my dear, you must have understood me,” said Mrs Latrobe.

    The Maidens' Lodge Emily Sarah Holt
  • Under the influence of the really great Latrobe, an iron span of 124 feet was built in 1852 at Harpers Ferry.

    The Modern Railroad Edward Hungerford
  • And Mrs Latrobe closed the door, and left the cousins together.

    The Maidens' Lodge Emily Sarah Holt
  • Colonel Latrobe looks exactly like a Triton, with that wondrous beard.

    Miriam Monfort Catherine A. Warfield
  • This was confirmed by Latrobe, who made a final examination for his own satisfaction.

    Copper Coleson's Ghost Edward P. Hendrick
  • Latrobe is all agog with excitement over the great disaster.

    The Johnstown Horror James Herbert Walker
  • Latrobe was more to be feared than a whole houseful of ghosts!

    Copper Coleson's Ghost Edward P. Hendrick

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