Lattimore

[lat-uh-mawr, ‐mohr]
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noun

Richmond Alexander,1906–84, U.S. poet, translator, and critic, born in China.

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  • This shows, too, that the census returns are a calumny upon Lattimore.

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  • General Lattimore, with Josie and her father, was on the opposite side of the car.

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  • I got my understanding of it from Mr. Lattimore,” said Mrs. Trescott, “and told Josie about it.

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  • Which, that evening, my last in Lattimore before starting for the East, I did.

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  • Clifford Giddings, editor and proprietor of the Lattimore Herald.

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