Preble in a sentence

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The results, for the most part, will be found in the Appendices, and three of these, as indicated-namely, the sections on Plants, Mammals, and Birds-are the joint work of my assistant, Mr. Edward A. Preble, and myself.
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My only companion was Edward A. Preble, of Washington, D. C., a trained naturalist,-an expert canoeist and traveller, and a man of three seasons' experience in the Hudson's Bay Territory and the Mackenzie Valley.
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In the afternoon Preble and I pushed on in our boat, far in advance of the brigade.
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Preble said, "Never mind; there will be another every hundred yards all the way down the river, later on.
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Preble and I alone, for the first time, under canvas, and glad indeed to get away from the noisy rabble of the boatmen, though now they were but a quarter mile off.
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It was unlike anything I had ever heard, but Preble knew it of old.
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Yet Preble said this one was an indifferent performer.
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For July 10 I find this note: "The Mosquitoes are worse now than ever before; even Jarvis, Preble, and the Indians are wearing face protectors of some kind.
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Major A. M. Jarvis, Mr. E. A. Preble, Corporal Selig, Chief Pierre Squirrel, and myself, all mounted, plus two pack-horses, prepared for a week's campaign.
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Preble says it is the same form as that at Edmonton.
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In one of these Preble found a nest with six eggs that proved to be those of the Bohemian Chatterer.
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June 18th, young male Lynx, weight 13 lbs., shot by Preble on Smith Landing; had in its stomach a Chipmunk (borealis) and 4 small young of the same, apparently a week old; also a score of pinworms.
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For example, during a week spent at Fort Smith, Preble had out a line of 50 mouse-traps every night and caught only one Shrew and one Meadowmouse in the week.
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Preble and I determined to investigate a Pelican rookery.
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Preble, Billy, and myself, with our canoe on a wagon, drove 6 miles back on the landing trail and launched the canoe on the still water above Mountain Portage.
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We set out in two canoes, Bezkya and Jarvis in the small one, Billy, Selig, Preble, and I in the large one, leaving the other police boys to make Fort Resolution in the H. B. steamer.
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Preble disappeared as soon as we camped, and now at the right time he returned and silently threw at the cook's feet a big 6-pound Pike.
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While I was considering, Preble said: "I tell you this delay is playing the mischief with our Barren-Ground trip; we should have started for the north ten days ago," which was in truth enough to settle the matter.
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Early next morning Preble called on his old acquaintance, Chief Trader C. Harding, in charge of the post.
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In a few minutes Preble hastened back to say that we were to go to breakfast at once.
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Examples of Preble

Example #1
My thanks are due here to the Right Honourable Lord Strathcona, G. C. M. G., Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company, for giving me access to the records of the Company whenever I needed them for historical purposes; to the Honourable Frank Oliver, Minister of the Interior, Canada, for the necessary papers and permits to facilitate scientific collection, and also to Clarence C. Chipman, Esq.
Example #2
Such a lapse of time may have made my news grow stale, but it has also given the opportunity for the working up of specimens and scientific records.
Example #3
While my chief object was to see the Caribou, and prove their continued abundance, I was prepared incidentally to gather natural-history material of all kinds, and to complete the shore line of the ambiguous lake called "Aylmer," as well as explore its sister, the better-known Clinton-Colden.
Example #4
In 1907 I set out to journey by canoe down the Athabaska and adjoining waters to the sole remaining forest wilds-the far north-west of Canada-and the yet more desert Arctic Plains, where still, it was said, were to be seen the Caribou in their primitive condition.
Example #5
As we made early supper I received for the twentieth time a lesson in photography.
Example #6
The men of mixed blood jabbered in French, Cree, and Chipewyan chiefly, but when they wanted to swear, they felt the inadequacy of these mellifluous or lisping tongues, and fell back on virile Saxon, whose tang, projectivity, and wealth of vile epithet evidently supplied a long-felt want in the Great Lone Land of the Dog and Canoe.