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  • Then we turned around and we went back on the main road that parallels the bay shore, came out to the other side, the other side of La Porte, which is the city where we are right now.

    CNN Transcript Sep 13, 2008

  • The hôtel de l'Ours stood in the Rue Saint-Antoine, near the Gate properly called La Porte

    The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2

  • The first reference that came up was to a huge bronze sculpture entitled La Porte de l’Enfer, which in English means The Gate of Hell, by an artist named Auguste Rodin.

    The Gates

  • The first reference that came up was to a huge bronze sculpture entitled La Porte de l’Enfer, which in English means The Gate of Hell, by an artist named Auguste Rodin.

    The Gates

  • The first reference that came up was to a huge bronze sculpture entitled La Porte de l’Enfer, which in English means The Gate of Hell, by an artist named Auguste Rodin.

    The Gates

  • The Rivieras were really the Playmates, our old sparring partners from La Porte, Indiana.

    Me, The Mob, And The Music

  • The Rivieras were really the Playmates, our old sparring partners from La Porte, Indiana.

    Me, The Mob, And The Music

  • Students Tried to Sell 'Jello Shots' at School: "LA PORTE, Texas - Several students have been suspended from a La Porte middle school following accusations that they tried to sell gelatin shots that may have contained alcohol."

    Archive 2010-04-18

  • In other words, when La Porte describes her subjects as "hard-charging bullies with paper-thin skins", you want to cheer her acumen -- but I suspect she is describing herself too.

    Book Review Roundup

  • The Rivieras were really the Playmates, our old sparring partners from La Porte, Indiana.

    Me, The Mob, And The Music

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