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Lockport

[lok-pawrt, -pohrt] /ˈlɒkˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt/
noun
1.
a city in W New York, on the New York State Barge Canal.
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  • They packed up their tent and other stuff and shipped it to Lockport.

    Frank Roscoe's Secret Allen Chapman
  • I did have an idea I would take him to the hotel in Lockport.

    Frank Roscoe's Secret Allen Chapman
  • The head constable then asked me 'if I knew any person in Lockport.'

  • Go to Lockport, study, read and work; see Hester when your heart longs for her.

    Hester's Counterpart Jean K. Baird
  • With the exception of the summer homes which lay on the outskirts, Lockport was compact.

    Hester's Counterpart Jean K. Baird
  • Here in Lockport and among strangers, we must be more careful.

    Hester's Counterpart Jean K. Baird
  • She had seen the beautiful homes near Lockport, but this surpassed any.

    Hester's Counterpart Jean K. Baird
  • Each father and mother was distracted when news of the flooding of Lockport came.

    Hester's Counterpart Jean K. Baird
  • We once had on board from Lockport west, a party of emigrants from England to Ontario.

    Vandemark's Folly Herbert Quick
  • "Sure, divil a dog in Lockport but knows you, Barney," said the dying man.

    The Book of the Bush George Dunderdale

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