• Lodge. Dakota
    Lodge. Dakota
  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Lodged (Her) Lying down; -- used of beasts of the chase, as couchant is of beasts of prey.
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Lodge. Pai-Ute Lodge. Pai-Ute

Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: George Crum invented potato chips in 1853 at the Moon Lake Lodge in Saratoga Springs, New York. Crum was part Indian, part black, a former guide in the Adirondacks.
    • lodged In heraldry, represented as lying at rest upon the ground, as a buck, hart, hind, etc. Also harbored and couchant.
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  • Samuel Butler
    “Such as take lodgings in a head that's to be let unfurnished.”
  • Seneca
    “If sensuality were happiness, beasts were happier than men; but human felicity is lodged in the soul, not in the flesh.”
  • William Cowper
    “Oh to have a lodge in some vast wilderness. Where rumors of oppression and deceit, of unsuccessful and successful wars may never reach me anymore.”
  • Søren Kierkegaard
    Søren Kierkegaard
    “Since my earliest childhood a barb of sorrow has lodged in my heart. As long as it stays I am ironic -- if it is pulled out I shall die.”
  • James Madison
    “The essence of Government is power; and power, lodged as it must be in human hands, will ever be liable to abuse.”


In literature:

I have arranged for you to lodge with Mrs Nash, whose address is on this card.
"My Friend Smith" by Talbot Baines Reed
At all times there was endless visiting from lodge to lodge.
"French Pathfinders in North America" by William Henry Johnson
There are lodges, too, in the valley.
"The Talking Leaves" by William O. Stoddard
You'll get all you want of it after we reach Cedar Lodge.
"The Rover Boys on a Hunt" by Arthur M. Winfield (Edward Stratemeyer)
Continuing on he emerged towards dusk from the forest, and beheld at a distance a large village of high lodges, standing on rising ground.
"Folk-Lore and Legends: North American Indian" by Anonymous
Now the snow reached to the top of the lodges, and so Fallen Star pushed up through the snow, and sat on the ridge of the lodge.
"Myths and Legends of the Great Plains" by Unknown
Corn Plume's lodge was her lodge, and her trail was his trail.
"Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children" by Mabel Powers
She accordingly left him at the gathering-place of the wood, and returned to the lodge.
"The Indian Fairy Book" by Cornelius Mathews
Born in the lodge of old Ahmeek, king of the beavers, he showed every indication of following in the footsteps of his father.
"Followers of the Trail" by Zoe Meyer
The day afterward they arrived at Liverpool, where Alfred had provided lodgings.
"The Settlers in Canada" by Frederick Marryat

In poetry:

"Farewell, farewell, my gude Lord Scroope!
My gude Lord Scroope, farewell!" he cried;
"I'll pay you for my lodging-maill,
When first we meet on the border-side."
"Kinmont Willie" by Andrew Lang
No bird, no lamb, no living breathing thing;
No squirrel scampered on my breezy lawn,
No mouse lodged by his hoard: all joys took wing
And fled before that dawn.
"From House To House" by Christina Georgina Rossetti
"No friend was near to raise my drooping head;
No dear companion wept to see me die;
Lodge me within my native soil, I said,
There my fond parents' honour'd relics lie.
"Elegy XXII. Written in the Year ----, When the Rights of Sepulture Were So Frequently Violated" by William Shenstone
The little red-breast, ere he wets his bill,
To his Creator chirps his morning pray'r,
Who kept him the preceding night from ill,
Though cold his lodging, and tho' coarse his fare.
"A Warning, Or Admonition, To Every Man, To Think On God In The Morning" by Rees Prichard
I love those spirits
That men stand off and point at,
Or shudder and hood up their souls - Those ruined ones,
Where Liberty has lodged an hour
And passed like flame,
Bursting asunder the too small house.
"Debris" by Lola Ridge
I trust thee -
But my good Mansor take without delay -
Thou art not loth to go further--fresh protection,
And with the treasure on to Libanon;
The greater part at least I have to lodge
With my old father.
"Nathan The Wise - Act V" by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

In news:

Maple Lodge Farms' chocolate éclair -hot dog combo mash up.
Thanks to Maple Lodge Farms in Canada, you can turn your boring old wiener into the most sought after hot dog treat on your street.
The fire burned about a mile north of Highway 168 and Lodge Road.
The big story at this year's Americas Lodging Investors Summit is no story.
Hotel Business Magazine, hotelbusiness.com The Newspaper For Lodging Decision Makers.
An historic Southern Tier ski lodge that had ties to the 1964 World's Fair in New York City is no more.
The latest faux amenity to hit the lodging industry is aroma.
Elks Lodge #1545, 5-7pm, adults/take-outs $10, ages 11 & under $5, under 5 free.
His facility north of Medicine Lodge offers a newly remodeled lodge.
Since that trip, hostels have become my preferred vacation lodgings.
The Sideshow) A man who skipped out on a lodging bill was later caught thanks to a common item he left behind in his hotel room.
Lodge on the Desert's Ryan Clark is Tucson's food-competition king—and he's only 27 years old.
Alan Householder ends his time as LeConte Lodge llama handler.
The summer shows feature world-class figure skaters and Olympic medalists under the stars behind the Sun Valley Lodge.
30 pm at Gulf City Lodge, 601 State St in downtown Mobile.

In science:

If the partition we are concerned with is between these two spin-1/2, then after the FM decimation, the partition is lodged inside a spin-1 site.
Entanglement entropy of the random spin-1 Heisenberg chain
The main complication in our calculation is the possibility of ferromagnetic decimation steps. A FM decimation renders our partition lodged inside a spin-1 site, which is also a domain wall.
Entanglement entropy of the random spin-1 Heisenberg chain
Let us now follow the decimation process from the point that the partition is lodged inside a spin-1.
Entanglement entropy of the random spin-1 Heisenberg chain
It is a time where electromagnetic theory as formulated by James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) was understood by only a small group of men, Lodge, FitzGerald and Heaviside, among others, that had the mathematical sophistication and imagination to grasp the meaning and take part in the great Maxwellian synthesis.
Simple circuit theory and the solution of two electricity problems from the Victorian Age
Additional priority documents have been lodged with the Australian Federal Government.
The Exact General Solution of Painlev\'e's Sixth Equation (PVI) and The Exact General Solution of the Navier Stokes Equations with Applications to Boundary Layer Problems