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Lauzon

[ French loh-zawn ]

noun

  1. a town in S Quebec, in E Canada, across from Quebec City on the St. Lawrence.


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Dubreuil and Lauzon won two silver world medals, though are perhaps best known for their dramatic withdrawal from the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin when Dubreuil fell after a lift and had to be carried off the ice by Lauzon.

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Key to that is meticulous scheduling from Lauzon, whom the skaters call Patch.

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When Lauzon was on any other pair, though, his numbers suffered dramatically.

Lauzon’s shot from the left point was just the beginning of a Bruins-heavy opening frame.

The sun had just risen over the hilltops of Lauzon, throwing aside his drapery of gold, purple, and crimson.

He bought that of Lauzon opposite Quebec on which now stands the town of Levis and half a dozen villages.

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