Definition of Lubbock
1. Noun. A city in northwest Texas to the south of Amarillo.
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Literary usage of Lubbock
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1. The Popular Science Monthly (1882)
"SKETCH OF SIK JOHN lubbock, BABT., HP SIR JOHN lubbock is one of that class of men of whom each age can present only a few brilliant specimens, ..."
2. The Nineteenth Century (1898)
"This first and sweeping statement, made by Sir John lubbock m this Review for ... Sir John lubbock does not seem to have read the Report of the Royal ..."
3. Proceedings by Royal Colonial Institute (Great Britain) (1877)
"... Chief Justice of Gibraltar, late Chief Justice of the Leeward Islands; Sir diaries EF Stirling, Bart., Sir John lubbock, Bart., MP, Sir George Young, ..."
4. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1889)
"Sir John lubbock, in his Prehistoric Times as illustrated by ancient remains, and the manners and customs of modern savages? gathered the evidence which ..."
5. Men of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries, Containing Biographical by Thompson Cooper (1884)
"lubbock, SIR JOHN, Bart., MP, FRS, was born at 29, Eaton Place, London, ... and remains of man that Sir John lubbock has most distinguished himself. ..."
6. Criticism on Contemporary Thought and Thinkers by Richard Holt Hutton (1894)
"XXXIII SIR JOHN lubbock ON ANTS 1877 THE paper by Sir John lubbock in the March number of the Fortnightly Review, on the habits of ants, is as fascinating ..."
7. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1870)
"Edited by Sir JOHN lubbock, Bart, FRS 8vo. London: 1868. 5. Stone Monuments, Tumuli, and Ornaments of Remote Ages, with remarks on the Architecture of ..."
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