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Catt

[kat] /kæt/
noun
1.
Carrie Chapman Lane, 1859–1947, U.S. leader in women's suffrage movements.
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  • This left the field to Mrs. Catt, who received 254 votes of the 278 cast.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • A burst of applause greeted the announcement of Mrs. Catt's election.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • Mrs. Catt, whom she longed to fathom and trust, was still an enigma.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • The Carson's big house, the Catt's littler one, and this haunted house.

    Tabitha's Vacation

    Ruth Alberta Brown
  • Well, never mind, Mr. Catt's machine is sure to stick again.

    Tabitha's Vacation

    Ruth Alberta Brown
  • But strange as it may seem, Mr. Catt had the worst time of all.

    Tabitha at Ivy Hall Ruth Alberta Brown
  • Leopoldii the dark forms were produced; by alliance with Catt.

    The Woodlands Orchids Frederick Boyle
  • Victoria Regina also is assumed to be a natural hybrid of Leopoldii with Catt.

    The Woodlands Orchids Frederick Boyle
  • On the lip are two broad yellow eyes after the fashion of Catt.

    The Woodlands Orchids Frederick Boyle
  • This is the oldest of Cattleyas, for the plant now recognised as Catt.

    The Woodlands Orchids Frederick Boyle

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