LaGrange

[Cambridge, Maryland] LaGrange, also known as La Grange Plantation or Meredith House, is a historic home located at Cambridge, Dorchester County, Maryland, United States. It was built about 1760. The house is a {frac|2|1|2}-story Flemish bond brick house and is one of the few remaining Georgian houses in the town. Sun porches and a frame wi...
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Lagrange

[crater] The southwestern half of this walled plain has been heavily damaged by the mass of ejecta from Mare Orientale. This material forms an irregular striation in the surface that is radial to the Mare Orientale basin. As a result only the northeast part of the crater is somewhat intact; the remainder just forms an uneven depression in t...
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LaGrange

city, seat (1828) of Troup county, western Georgia, U.S. It lies just east of West Point Lake (impounded on the Chattahoochee River), about 50 miles ...
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Lagrange

The Lagrange was a French Lagrange Class submarine of 836 tons displacement launched in 1917. The Lagrange was powered by two sets of Sulzer diesel engines providing a top speed of 10 knots surfaced and 5 knots submerged. She carried a complement of 47 and was armed with two 14 pdr guns and eight 17.7 inch torpedo tubes.
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