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Trumbull

[ truhm-buhl ]

noun

  1. John, 1756–1843, U.S. painter (son of Jonathan Trumbull).
  2. Jonathan, 1710–85, U.S. statesman.
  3. a town in SW Connecticut.


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A native of Connecticut who famously helped his Trumbull squad win the 1989 Little League World Series, Drury went on to play hockey at Boston University.

The confusion starts with a painting done by John Trumbull entitled The Declaration of Independence.

I've been working for Trumbull & Davison, the paper dealers.

During a cruise in June, 1780, a large ship was perceived bearing down upon the Trumbull's quarter.

The Trumbull now made sail, hauling upon a wind towards her, upon which she came down upon the Trumbull's beams.

The Trumbull wore after her, hoisting British colors, with an intention of getting alongside.

The Trumbull, upon this, run up the continental colors, and returned the fire.

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