[ US /ˈɫɔtən/ ]
  1. a town in southwest Oklahoma
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How To Use Lawton In A Sentence

  • The heavy duty generators, ex-Army mobile field units, roared into life when Lawton cranked the handle.
  • Lawton is scheduled to be examined in the coming days. - American League Central
  • In the presence of Lawton, Seiler, a court stenographer, and the paramedic, the judge summoned each of the jurors individually and asked them under oath if they had called a paramedic in the middle of the night to discuss the case. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
  • Lawton's big right toe, which hobbled him last season, was sore at the opening of camp, but offseason exams showed no significant problems.
  • Photographs taken in Moscow and St. Petersburg in 1993 reflect Lawton's palpable empathy for his shopworn subjects, two years after the breakup of the Soviet Union.
  • John Lawton writes spy novels in which the spies are villains, and there's no doubt about it.
  • This was confirmed by my Aunt Sarah, Mama's older sister, who lived and worked in Lawton, Oklahoma (a military base town) during the war, married a Jewish airman for her first marriage, and remained closely tied to Jewish culture her entire life despite a quick divorce and a later marriage to my Uncle Stuart, a Gentile. "THE WAR", OURS AND THEIRS -- PROPAGANDA AS BRAIN DAMAGE
  • Closest to the camera, one young man turns toward another with an electric sense of movement, seemingly oblivious to Lawton's presence.
  • M Bradley reached on infield single to second, J Peralta scored, M Lawton to third, C Crisp to second, M Lawton tagged out at third in rundown trying to return to base.
  • Our reports say the Lawton is a guy that we will run on,
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