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Livingston

[liv-ing-stuh n] /ˈlɪv ɪŋ stən/
noun
1.
Robert R. 1746–1813, U.S. political figure and jurist.
2.
a township in NE New Jersey.
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  • Livingston, moreover, had dined just unwisely enough to be truthful.

    The Spenders Harry Leon Wilson
  • She was a Livingston, and a patriot, and she knew me for one as well.

    In the Valley Harold Frederic
  • Barlow and a rich New Yorker named Livingston backed the enterprise.

    Steve and the Steam Engine Sara Ware Bassett
  • For the moment Livingston was nonplussed, and declined to make any offer.

    Union and Democracy

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  • Monroe soon adopted Livingston's view and pressed it upon the President.

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Livingston

/ˈlɪvɪŋstən/
noun
1.
a town in SE Scotland, the administrative centre of West Lothian: founded as a new town in 1962. Pop: 50 826 (2001)
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