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McNaughton

[muh k-nawt-n] /məkˈnɔt n/
noun
1.
Andrew George Latta
[lat-uh] /ˈlæt ə/ (Show IPA),
1887–1966, Canadian army officer, statesman, diplomat, and scientist.
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  • Mrs. McNaughton (entranced with the airy persiflage, but knowing her own to be no light hand at repartee).

    The Militants Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
  • I've got Mr. McNaughton in training, and am thinking of bringing him out.

    A Little Journey in the World Charles Dudley Warner
  • McNaughton at once paid his fine and the costs, amounting in all to £19 17s.

  • "Glad to meet you and Mr. Howlet," said the one called McNaughton.

    Fee of the Frontier Horace Brown Fyfe
  • The trial was fixed for the ensuing March , and McNaughton and his friends returned home in safety and triumph.

  • I'll show McNaughton and his bosses that I don't ask any odds of their old mills.

  • In a case reported by Dr. McNaughton a longer resistance was maintained.

    Fasting Girls William Alexander Hammond
  • The road was constituted to the very spot where he was stopped, although opposed by Mr. McNaughton.

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