Definitions

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  • noun French painter of religious works (1593-1652)

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Examples

  • He knew Vevay well, and as soon as the boat touched the little quay, he hurried along the shore to La Tour, where the

    Little Women

  • {70} Charnisay, left with eight children, all minors, made what reparation she could to La Tour by giving back the fort on the St. John, and La Tour, to wipe out the bitter enmity, married the widow of his enemy in February of 1653.

    Canada: the Empire of the North Being the Romantic Story of the New Dominion's Growth from Colony to Kingdom

  • Madame La Tour the safety of her garrison, who were to march out with their arms and personal belongings, the household goods of her people; and La Tour's ship with provisions enough to stock it for a voyage.

    The Lady of Fort St. John

  • After lingering about the place until the sun was far on his way towards the horizon, we returned, by the road we had come, the valley seeming more beautiful than ever under the glow of evening, and arrived at our destination about dusk, to find the fireflies darting about the streets of La Tour.

    The Huguenots in France

  • Congratulations to Vail Chamber board president Lourdes Ferzacca and her husband Paul, owners of La Tour restaurant, on their new arrival.

    The Vail Trail - All Sections

  • Congratulations to Vail Chamber board president Lourdes Ferzacca and her husband Paul, owners of La Tour restaurant, on their new arrival.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • The delayed reservation trend has been apparent at La Tour restaurant in Vail as well, co-owner Lourdes Ferzacca said.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

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