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Foote

[foo t] /fʊt/
noun
1.
Andrew Hull, 1806–63, U.S. naval officer.
2.
Arthur William, 1853–1937, U.S. organist.
3.
Shelby, 1916–2005, U.S. novelist and historian.
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  • Foote was of the stamp of Lyon, of the stamp of patriot-heroes.

  • The Duke of Norfolk of Foote's time was much addicted to the bottle.

    The Jest Book Mark Lemon
  • On a masquerade night, he asked Foote what new character he should go in.

    The Jest Book Mark Lemon
  • The baron meeting Foote complained of this usage, and asked what he should do?

    The Jest Book Mark Lemon
  • The concrete was a 1-3-6 mixture and was mixed in a Foote mixer.

    Concrete Construction Halbert P. Gillette
  • Therefore if the Spanish Foote, being the least, be devided into 12.

    The Way To Geometry Peter Ramus
  • Lastly, the place of the station is from the midst of the Foote.

    The Way To Geometry Peter Ramus
  • Here are three sectours, ae the base of 12 Foote: And ei in like manner of 12 Foote.

    The Way To Geometry Peter Ramus

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