American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southern Quebec, Canada, on the St. Lawrence River opposite Montreal. It is an industrial center. Population: 229,000.
“In a short time they regained the high road, and went along at a tremendous pace for three or four miles, when they entered the village of Longueuil, which is situated on the south bank of the St. Lawrence, a little below Montreal.”
“By lunchtime, a spokesman for SAC Capital issued a statement calling Longueuil's and Freeman's actions "outrageous.”
“Longueuil, Charles le Moyne, baron de 1687–1755, acting governor of New France, 1752”
““It is to be wished,” Longueuil told the ministry, “that it would spread among our rebels; it would be fully as good as an army.””
“Acting governor Longueuil complained to Versailles that English traders were winning over the Indians by selling at low prices and making plenty of gifts, including unlimited gunpowder.”
“He took to bed early in 1752 and died on March 6; he was replaced by the baron de Longueuil until a new governor arrived.26”
“Longueuil, for instance, was recorded recapping his late-night "20-block walk around the city" in pursuit of garbage trucks, and saying, "I pressed the eject button and everything's expletive gone," according to an FBI affidavit.”
“But Longueuil, 34, made the mistake of vividly describing his late-night coverup for an associate who was cooperating with the feds, according to an FBI affidavit.”
“Longueuil had just read that law enforcers were zeroing in on suspected insider-trading rings, and he was trying to destroy evidence, the government said Tuesday.”
“Last week, as the government unveiled charges against Longueuil and several others, a federal prosecutor described the cheating as "pervasive.”
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