American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- LakeSimcoe A lake of southeast Ontario, Canada, between Georgian Bay and Lake Ontario. It is a popular resort area.
“Like most such leaders, there are streets and towns named after him ... and for most people the word Simcoe means the street or the town, rather than the man.”
“Perhaps they should start with our own administrators in Simcoe Hall!”
“I heard an address yesterday, where I spoke to three thousand people in Simcoe, by Dr. Aikens of the Metrapoiitart Church, and he proved conclusively by the Bible that this war must be won and will be won by the Allied: - He proved conclusively that it was necessary to have small nations, and Germany's designs and desires are that they absorb those nations.”
“He looks surprised for a moment, as though I meant it as a joke, and then meditative, for his thoughts have ranged back to some little thistle-grown plot in Simcoe, Huron, or Bruce, where the folks rest side by side.”
“Howard Rubel, a lawyer for Guergis, said the three-term Simcoe-Grey MP "vigorously denies" the allegations that Snowdy brought forward to the Conservative party.”
“Monsignor Ronan was born in Simcoe County, then attended St. Michael's College, and for his musical education he subsequently attended the Conservatory of Music in Toronto; then Pius X School, New York; the Abbey Solesmes, France, and the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music at Rome.”
“General Simcoe is Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Upper Canada.”
“Duet brings out the best of two American hop varieties, Amarillo with its grapefruit and lemon zest aromas and flavors, and Simcoe, which is clean and piney.”
“Member of Parliament for Wellington Dufferin Simcoe.”
“From the review, it sounds very similar to a Dogfish 90 Minute IPA, or Simcoe IPA, minus the citrus finish.”
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