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Definition of Platt

  • See Lodge n.

How to use platt in a sentence. Platt pronunciation.

This question having been asked by a clergyman of Brooklyn, Rev. S.H. Platt, he received a large number of communications, which evidently prove that the Lord is _willing_ and _does_, either _instantaneously_ or gradually in answer to prayer, deliver and take away wholly the bad _habits_ and _appetites_ of those who are willing to forsake their sinful ways and cleave only to Him.
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Treaty with the four confederated bands of Pawnees residing on the Platt and Loup Fork, made 9th October, 1833.
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McKennie, M., McGee, J., New, J., New, E., New, J., Overstreet, J., Price, J.D., Platt, G.W., Parker, A., Prescott, L., Perden, G., Parker, J., Pruce, T., Radford, S., Ramsey, J.A., Ramsey, M., Rannold, E., Sharpton, B., Smith.
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The driver was John Platt, the Englishman from Crewe, who had been brought from the great London and Northwestern Railway, locally known as "The Ell-nen-doubleyou.
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John Platt sent a "gurring" thrill through the train as he put his brakes hard down and whistled for the guard.
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The clergyman speaks High-German when he stands in the pulpit; but when he visits the poor, he must address them in their own peculiar _Platt_. The lawyer pleads in the language of Schiller and Goethe; but when he examines his witnesses he has frequently to condescend to the vulgar tongue.
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One daughter, the sole survivor of the 10, married a market gardener named Platt, who was well known in Leeds.
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In 1870 I was in the produce commission business in San Francisco and had a consignor in Vacaville by the name of G. N. Platt who had been presented with a fine young bull by Frank M. Pixley, who lived in Sausalito, in the hills about two miles from town.
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Mr. Platt requested me to go and get the bull and ship him to Vacaville, so I left next morning for Sausalito.
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A Hand-Book of Art Technicalities and Criticisms, selected from the Works of John Ruskin, and arranged and supplemented by Rev. W.H. Platt, for the use of the Intelligent Traveler and Art Student, with a new Glossary of Art Terms and an Alphabetical and Chronological List of Artists.
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Mrs. Platt had been Lena Dalton.
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They hastily summoned old Jake Platt's son, just fresh from medical college, who, helpless with this suffering bit of femininity, supplied in attention and practical nursing what he lacked in medical discernment and skill, to the end that one engagement was broken and another formed in a fortnight.
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Old Jake had some money; the young doctor was starting in well, and needed a wife; she was still jealous, and young Dr. Platt got a wife, who molded his future as the modeler does his clay.
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But Mrs. Platt had a certain far- reaching ambition; therefore, they soon moved to Houston.
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But Lena Platt was never able to work when not interested.
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Lena Platt had confided to several of her bosom friends the tragedy of her unequal marriage and that she knew she would yet find a "soul mate.
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Mrs. Platt was not vicious, but she craved excitement; hers was a life of constantly forming new plans.
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Meanwhile, impulsive extravagance had sadly reduced the Platt inheritance, so when an acquaintance returned from St. Louis nervously recreated by a specialist there, the poor doctor had to borrow on his insurance to make it possible for her to have the benefit of this noted physician's skill.
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That same day Dr. Platt received a telegram peremptorily demanding that he come for her.
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Examples of Platt

Example #1
WILL THE LORD DELIVER FROM BAD HABITS OF TOBACCO, RUM, LIQUOR, LICENTIOUSNESS, ETC.
Example #2
The Lord met and delivered him in the very jaws of the enemy.
Example #3
I communicate to Congress an extract of a letter recently received from R.J. Leib, consul of the United States at Tangier, by which it appears that that officer has been induced to receive from the Emperor of Morocco a present of a lion and two horses, which he holds as belonging to the United States.
Example #4
To the Senate and House of Representatives_: I communicate to Congress an extract of a letter recently received from R.J. Leib, consul of the United States at Tangier, by which it appears that that officer has been induced to receive from the Emperor of Morocco a present of a lion and two horses, which he holds as belonging to the United States.
Example #5
Company L was a new company, and T.E. Stackhouse was made Captain; also A.T. Harllee was made Captain of Company I. Company M was also a new company.
Example #6
Company M-Thomas E. Howle, Darlington.