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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Lodge, Henry Cabot 1850-1924. American politician. As Senate majority leader (1918-1924) and head of the foreign relations committee (1918-1924) he successfully opposed United States membership in the League of Nations.
  • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. 1902-1985. American politician and diplomat. He was Richard Nixon's running mate in the 1960 presidential election and later served as ambassador to South Vietnam (1963-1967).

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  • We're at a beautiful lodge: the Lodge at Grant's Trail right here in Lemay.

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  • The turn of events comes after Sarpa and Bob Daniel, who is proposing a lodge across the street from the Lodge at Aspen Mountain, held a meeting Friday with critics of the project.

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  • The Ahwanhee's interior marries mountain lodge and country club aesthetics, including here, in the great Lodge room.

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  • I gave my hand to them all and made Signs of my friendly dispotion and offered the men my pipe to Smok and distributed a fiew Small articles which I had in my pockets, - this measure passified those distressed people verry much, I then Sent one man into each lodge and entered a Second myself the inhabitants of which I found more fritened than those of the first lodge I destributed Sundrey Small articles amongst them, and Smoked with the men, I then entered the third 4h & fifth Lodge which I found

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  • The official permission to occupy Wake Robin Lodge is still on the records, signed by no less a man than Wickson, the minor oligarch of the Manuscript.

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  • It was at Wake Robin Lodge that Avis Everhard later lived for short periods, when, disguised as an agent-provocateur of the Iron Heel, she was enabled to play with impunity her part among men and events.

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  • A mile northwest from the wooded knolls brings one to the site of Wake Robin Lodge at the junction of Wild-Water and Sonoma Creeks.

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  • The newly built Apu Lodge is run by Louise Norton, the Scottish founder of leaplocal. org (which puts travellers in touch with local guides), and her Peruvian husband.

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  • During 1784 he was heavily involved in Lodge business, attending all nine meetings, passing and raising brethren and generally running the Lodge.

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  • It was after Everhard's execution that his wife went to Wake Robin Lodge, a small bungalow in the Sonoma Hills of California.

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