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In tiny Lac-Megantic, everyone knows someone who was killed when the oil train went off the rails.‘It Was Like Hiroshima’: A Tour Through the Quebec Town Destroyed by a Runaway Train|Christine Pelisek|July 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Dissolve 100 parts of gum lac in 300 parts of ammonia and heat for an hour moderately in a water bath.Practical Mechanics for Boys|J. S. Zerbe
During these first years of missionary work at Lac-qui-parle, the school was well attended.
And these people at the Traverse (Sissetons they were) we found quite equal to those at Lac-qui-parle.
There was at this time an elderly man who sought admission to the church at Lac-qui-parle, Left Hand by name.
In these circumstances it was deemed advisable for Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins to go on to Lac-qui-parle for a year.