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Andrew George Latta
[lat-uh] /ˈlæt ə/ (Show IPA), 1887–1966, Canadian army officer, statesman, diplomat, and scientist.
Contemporary Examples

“We have been and will continue to work to acquire the drugs in accordance with the law,” McNaughton said via email.
Pennsylvania’s Lethal Injection Fiasco Christopher Moraff September 17, 2014

McNaughton says Pennsylvania has no plans to modify its existing cocktail.
Pennsylvania’s Lethal Injection Fiasco Christopher Moraff September 17, 2014

Historical Examples

Mrs. McNaughton (entranced with the airy persiflage, but knowing her own to be no light hand at repartee).
The Militants Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews

I’ve got Mr. McNaughton in training, and am thinking of bringing him out.
A Little Journey in the World Charles Dudley Warner

McNaughton at once paid his fine and the costs, amounting in all to £19 17s.
The Last Laird of MacNab Various

“Glad to meet you and Mr. Howlet,” said the one called McNaughton.
Fee of the Frontier Horace Brown Fyfe

The trial was fixed for the ensuing March , and McNaughton and his friends returned home in safety and triumph.
The Last Laird of MacNab Various

The road was constituted to the very spot where he was stopped, although opposed by Mr. McNaughton.
The Last Laird of MacNab Various

In a case reported by Dr. McNaughton a longer resistance was maintained.
Fasting Girls William Alexander Hammond

I’ll show McNaughton and his bosses that I don’t ask any odds of their old mills.
The Iron Boys in the Steel Mills James R. Mears


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