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Livingston

[ liv-ing-stuhn ]

noun

  1. Robert R., 1746–1813, U.S. political figure and jurist.
  2. a township in NE New Jersey.


Livingston

/ ˈlɪvɪŋstən /

noun

  1. a town in SE Scotland, the administrative centre of West Lothian: founded as a new town in 1962. Pop: 50 826 (2001)


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Cahill talked with contributing editor Elizabeth Hightower Allen, who worked with him on several stories while she was on staff at Outside, from Livingston, Montana, where he has lived for many years.

It takes roughly five hours to drive from Corpus Christi to Livingston, Texas, and he tries to beat the morning traffic.

From Time

The idea that “you don’t get something for nothing” — that we must work to earn the necessities of life — dates back to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, Livingston, the Rutgers historian, told Vox.

From Vox

Livingston says that a team could bore a hole through concrete with a core drill, and then snake a camera through that passage.

“Just to think someone sat down, that strangers took the time to thank you for your effort, it means everything in the world,” Livingston says.

It was me, Ron Livingston, Chris Pratt, and a bunch of other actors vying for the part, and I won.

Speakers resign in shame, like Newt Gingrich and Bob Livingston and Jim Wright.

She has a house on Lake Livingston, TX, and all of us got together to celebrate.

Stay: Camp at one of 5,000 campsites in Lake Livingston State Park or rent a cabin on the lake.

From Lahti, Finland to Livingston, Texas, a look at the best spots to swim nude.

Philip Livingston, a signer and a strenuous advocate for the declaration of independence, died.

I wondered what Mr. Livingston would say next, but I need not have feared for him.

What has led you to think that Mr. Talleyrand desires a bribe from Mr. Livingston?

Mr. Livingston, who had also risen to his feet, bowed formally.

He acquired Louisiana through the instrumentality of Livingston and Monroe, who signed the treaty.

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