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“Dobson, of Trappe, was convicted on Aug. 20 of killing 9-month-old Trevor Ulrich.”
“The General's son, John Eisenhower -- author of numerous history volumes, who is now 88 and living in Trappe, Md. -- assists with the memoirs.”
“A report prepared for the town of Trappe in 2006 noted that the project would require "expanded public facilities," including the following:”
“Trappe, whose current population is 1,146, sits about 80 miles southeast of Washington, DC, on US Route 50, the main highway through Maryland's Eastern Shore, in between the larger towns of Easton (pop. 11,708) and Cambridge (10,911).”
“The problem is vividly illustrated by a controversial new development recently proposed for a 924-acre site near the small village of Trappe, Maryland, in a rural area east of the Chesapeake Bay.”
“In the early part of this decade, a developer acquired land to the east of Trappe, proposing "to build 2,300 new houses in a cornfield," according to Barbara Padden of Friends of Trappe, quoted in a story by Lisa Rein in The Washington Post.”
“Especially with no unfilled jobs in Trappe and few in Easton and Cambridge, each several miles away, a sizeable portion of the development's 5,800 new residents would have had long commutes and large carbon footprints.”
“My personal favorite is the French La Trappe with the walnut liquor washed rind, paired with a preserved greenwalnut (although sometimes theypair it with something different.)”
“If you're anywhere near Minneapolis-St. Paul this weekend, make sure to head over to The Muddy Pig or Four Firkens to meet and learn from Father Isaac from La Trappe/Koningshoeven Brewery, the only Dutch Trappist Brewery.”
“Sept. 24, 1852: A new invention called a dirigible creeps through the air from Paris to Trappe, France, taking three hours to travel 17 miles.”
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