Trimble in a sentence

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How to use trimble in a sentence. Trimble pronunciation.

On learning that large quantities of provisions and munitions of war were stored at Manassas Junction, feebly guarded, General Trimble, with a small number of brave Alabamians, Georgians, and North Carolinians, not five hundred all told, volunteered to march still further to that point, a distance of some miles, notwithstanding they had marched with Jackson thirty miles during the day, and capture the place.
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The army had been placed under three Lieutenant Generals: Longstreet, with McLaw's, Hoole's and Pickett's first corps; General Ewell, with Early's, Rhodes' and Trimble's constituting the 2d; while General A.P. Hill commanded Anderson's, Heath's and Pendar's, the 3d.
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The Alabamians, Tennesseeans, North Carolinians, and Virginians under Pettigrew lined up on Pickett's left, followed by Trimble, with his two North Carolina Brigades and the columns were off.
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General Trimble was ordered to close up and fill the depleted ranks, which was done in splendid style, and on the assaulting columns sped.
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Trimble had fallen, Garnett was killed, with Kemper and Gibbon being borne from the field more dead than alive.
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I have a pal who married Daisy Trimble of the Gaiety, and when I meet her now I feel like walking out of her presence backwards.
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A. S. HOLLOMON, Trimble, Tenn. October 9, 1911.
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Examples of Trimble

Example #1
J.R., Frank, J., Fowler, W., Garner, J., Garrett.
Example #2
This was done in good time, defeating a brigade doing guard duty, and capturing a large number of prisoners, one entire battery of artillery, and untold quantities of provisions.
Example #3
Colonel James D. Nance commanded the 3d South Carolina, Colonel John D. Kennedy the 2d, Lieutenant Colonel Bland the 7th, Colonel Henagan the 8th.
Example #4
The officers raise the hilt of the sword, grasped firmly in the right hand, till the hilt is opposite the chin, the point of the blade extending outward about eighteen inches from the eyes, then, with a quick movement, to the side, the point downward and forward, and kept in this position till the reviewing officer has passed about eighteen paces.
Example #5
The batteries on the ridges in front now turned all their attention to this dreaded column of gray, as soon as they had passed over the crest that up to this time had concealed them.
Example #6
Wilcox, with his Alabamians, took up the step and marched a short distance in rear of the right.