American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Garrison, William Lloyd 1805-1879. American abolitionist leader who founded and published The Liberator (1831-1865), an antislavery journal.
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“Congressman John Hall's fundraiser at Cat Rock in Garrison, New York was an occasion for him to vent on the disgraceful conduct of large insurance companies, particularly Prudential.”
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“Designed by Hanrahan Meyers Architects, the Holley House in Garrison, New York, is a sophisticated “sanctuary” nestled far away from the Manhattan lofts.”
“His studies continued at Mary Immaculate Monastery in Garrison, New York, until this day of grace, his priestly ordination, June 20, 1959.”
“Indeed, there is some serious cognitive dissonance in Garrison Keillor discussing your work.”
“Unfortunately, during the harshest winter months, Millie along with mother, John, Jack, and Avis, live in Garrison to attend school.”
“The next step for Lane Garrison is treatment at an in-patient rehabilitation center to shorten his probation period.”
“Wallpaper Magazine has an article + photo slideshow about a house in Garrison, New York that was designed by Hanrahan Meyers Architects.”
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