from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Lockwood, Belva Ann Bennett 1830-1917. American lawyer and suffragist. She was the first woman admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court (1879).
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- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. An area of Huddersfield named after a local family
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My Grandparents lived and farmed in Lockwood from the mid 40's until 1963.
Mayor Lockwood is on the phone, leaving the grill.
Madison Lockwood is a customer relations associate, specializing in small business development, for Apollo Hosting.
And for paperback: Todd Lockwood is up for his cover for Tom Lloyd's The Stormcaller (wonderful design by Grace Conti-Zilsberger), while John Picacio is also up for his cover for my anthology, Fast Forward 2 (wonderful design by Jaqueline Cooke)
UPDATE: The governor will be in Lockwood at 2: 30 p.m. today for a look at the fire.
A new group is forming in Lockwood to push for yet ...
We have 4 children (3 of whom live in Lockwood), and 10 grandchildren.
My wife, Sheryl, has lived in Lockwood for over 55 years.
I have lived in Lockwood for over 40 years, after being born and raised in Forsyth, Montana.
Having lived in Lockwood for most of my life, I have seen many changes.
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