The latter received him coldly, though he had not yet gained the battle of Marengo.
But one other living object might be noticed in the glade—the dog “Marengo.”
Now he preferred an idea to a deed, a poet to a hero, and he admired a book like Job more than an event like Marengo.
Jeanette could not be otherwise than tough, and Marengo looked anything but tender.
We have not yet met our Waterloo, Watson, but this is our Marengo, for it begins in defeat and ends in victory.
It was far different from the sentiment held towards Marengo.
When the army and the Bureau came to Marengo County, the white people, who were few in number, determined to win their good will.
Marengo was next attached to the rope, and pulled safely over.
Every one can recall how nearly fatal to the French at Bylau and Marengo was their great inferiority in artillery.
No head-gear was necessary, as Marengo needed not to be either led or driven.
of veal or chicken sauteed in olive oil and braised with olives, onions, tomatoes, white wine or brandy and often served with scrambled eggs; also written a la Marengo
named by Napoleon's chef after Battle of Marengo