from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Latrobe, Benjamin Henry 1764-1820. British-born American engineer and the first professional American architect. His works include the Baltimore Cathedral (1805-1818) and the chambers of the U.S. Congress and Supreme Court.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form of stove which is set into a fireplace, has a projecting ornamental front, and is arranged for heating floors above by means of a hot-air flue fitted with a damper and register
- n. Also called Baltimore heater.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States architect (born in England) whose works include the chambers of the United States Congress and the Supreme Court; considered the first professional architect in the United States (1764-1820)
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Bryan, one of Palmer's partners at Latrobe, is a dentist and a 12-time club champion.
Palmer's daughter Peggy, 53, will help in Latrobe; his daughter Amy, 51, will lend a hand in Orlando.
Latrobe is the hometown of golfer Arnold Palmer and children's TV icon Fred Rogers (they were high school classmates).
Roethlisberger and Goodell met last month at the team's training camp in Latrobe, Pa.
They are very nice people ... and he owns a bar in Latrobe, PA .... home of Rolling Rock Beer.
I purchased the braclet at an air show in Latrobe, PA. in July of
It's now called Latrobe's, and is one of this musical city's loveliest venues.
There is also Latrobe, which is 14-2 and tops the Section 1-AAAA standings.
Benjamin Latrobe, the “Father of American Architecture” who designed the U.S. Capitol, saw whites performing the Virginia Jig and called it “the excess of detestability.”
To our interview he brought an old wooden driver from his workshop in Latrobe, Pa., to show how back in the day he filed the face of his clubs to achieve the kind of ball-flight adjustments that the new Callaway RAZR Fit driver, which is adjustable, makes possible by moving weights and rotating a cog in the hosel.
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