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How to use lavinium in a sentence. Lavinium pronunciation.

In the afternoon I had a visit from my Aunt Lavinia, who sat down with the remark that she would tell me all the news.
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Now, Lavinia, do be kind to young Mrs. Grieve.
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While living here his wife died, and a few years afterwards he married Lavinia Elizabeth, the daughter of Dr. William Rook.
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Should LAVINIA but chance on my tomb - I could die if I thought she would weep.
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Their secretary, Mrs. Lavinia Waight, must have been a very new woman.
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We have no reason to believe that the names of Lavinia Waight and Louisa Mitchell, the leaders of New York tailoresses in 1831, were known to Sarah Bagley or Huldah Stone, when in 1845 they stirred Lowell.
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Lavinia_ brought to Bed, her Husband looks To know the Bantling’s Fortune in his Books.
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The Alban prince Romulus remains the founder of Rome, but becomes at the same time the grandson of Aeneas; Aeneas does not found Rome, but is represented as bringing the Roman Penates to Italy and building Lavinium as their shrine, while his son Ascanius founds Alba Longa, the mother-city of Rome and the ancient metropolis of Latium.
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The view that the original Penates of Rome were preserved not, as had hitherto been believed, in their temple in the Roman Forum, but in the shrine at Lavinium, could not but be offensive to the Romans; and the Greek fiction was a still worse expedient, inasmuch as under it the gods only bestowed on the grandson what they had adjudged to the grandsire.
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In 1883 Tom Thumb and his wife, Lavinia, were still living, but after that they dropped from public view and have since died.
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She said she was sorry to hear that Aunt Lavinia was no more, and asked when it happened.
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But, Daddy, Aunt Lavinia wasn't cut off exactly, was she?
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In the sitting-room they spoke of many things, of Gertrude's departure for school-she was leaving on the three o'clock train-of the engagement, of course, and of the three thousand dollar windfall from Aunt Lavinia.
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Her name, Mrs. Black, was Lavinia.
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She was Mrs. Lavinia Dott, and her husband was James Dott, Daniel's father's brother.
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Mrs. Lavinia Dott, of Scarford?
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The Scarford place wasn't ALL that Aunt Lavinia left us, Mrs. Black.
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The 'table d'hote' meal eaten, the next feature of Mrs. Dott's program was the visit to the Aunt Lavinia homestead.
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Of portraits there were two, Uncle Jim Dott in black broadcloth and dignity and Aunt Lavinia Dott in dignity and black satin.
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But the sight of the Aunt Lavinia mansion, with Mr. Hapgood bowing a welcome from the steps, was too much for her.
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Examples of Lavinium

Example #1
That was why they were chosen, of course.
Example #2
Esther is my cousin and we were brought up together.
Example #3
If yo wanted to keep out o' their way, yo could do't fasst enough.
Example #4
So spoke Lord Driffield, with some annoyance in his voice, as he looked into his wife's room after dressing for dinner.
Example #5
Although somewhat theatric, this is an accurate presentation of those early days.
Example #6
The chief merit of Captain Dickert's book is that it presents the gay and bright, as well as the grave side of the Confederate soldier's experience.