La Grange


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La Grange

(lə grānj). 1 City (1990 pop. 25,597), seat of Troupe co., W central Ga., inc. 1828. It is an industrial center that produces lumber, plastics, textiles, and transportation equipment. The city is also a processing and shipping center for a rich agricultural area. Many classic revival houses and restored historic buildings are in La Grange, which is the seat of La Grange College. 2 Town (1990 pop. 15,362), Cook co., NE Ill., a suburb of Chicago; settled 1830s, inc. 1879. It is primarily residential with some manufacturing. Limestone quarries are nearby.
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I suppose we could get brick over from La Grange, if you cared for it, but it would take longer.
They have filled some flour sacks with clean dry moss from the woods, and put half a dozen blankets on the top, and they hope you can get along until the messenger who starts to-night for La Grange can bring some bedding over.
But the hired men--the superintendent and his workmen--were the only ones who ever got anything out of your last experience with Colonel Waters at La Grange, and--and we at least lived among civilized people there.
A scramble of things bought at La Grange, without reference to size or style.
Omnicom announced the appointment of Torrey La Grange to the newly created position of Chief Talent Officer of its Global Client Leaders group or GCL.
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com)-- With a Grand Re-Opening scheduled on August 27, 2016, former bookstore owner and senior staff member at Imaginarium, Frank Hall, Published Author and Executive Producer, Lynn Tincher, and best-selling author and owner of the award-winning small press, Hydra Publications, Tony Acree recently bought Karen's Book Barn in La Grange.
Despite this accumulated information, population trend and distributional knowledge gaps still exist for many species, including three species recently collected from the La Grange Reach of the lower Illinois River: Shoal Chub Macrhybopsis hyostoma, Channel Shiner Notropis wickliffi, and Banded Darter Etheostoma zonale.
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There's music from Kyla La Grange and Hey Sholay and plenty of Yorkshire food plus ale to wash it down with.
13, The Well Spirituality Center in La Grange Park, released a children's book dedicated to the life of Anne Smedinghoff, one of five Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack in Afghanistan in April 2012.