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- also Some of these do well also as pyramids.
- glaser As we rode across the plain we were perpetually harassed by the thought as to where the excellent harbour could be, which is mentioned by all ancient writers as frequented by the frankincense merchants, and which modern writers, such as Dr. Glaser and Sir E. H. Bunbury, agree in considering to be some little way west of Merbat.
- labor I could hear the panting of my companions, the labor of the dogs.
- lair "On the first floor," reported the guide; "not far from the fiend's lair."
- lao When he had read to the end, Lao Ting endeavoured to indicate by a sign that he wished to turn the page.
- laos It is taken from an ancient temple book and is well-known in all the Laos country.
- laser Slugs hummin' chopper gunning catch the vapor from the laser Infrared fled big bread money maker – Spittin' Game by juvenile
- lass Whar you goin', lass?
- lassa Ma fader an' broder dey come lassa night from da grave, cause dey innocente an' wanna ravange, an' me gotta mek ravange, me no rest, gotta-" The sharp snapping of Johnny, the runner, warns me of danger, and I hastily leave.
- lasso Jose had this biddy testin' her game usin' her black gold Thats what I guess she gets out my pockets chains like a lasso It's past dough she's after my G's plus my reality I max though payin' her rent and now she mad at me, is that so – Chedda Brings by ginuwine
- last How many various-fated years have past, What happy and what mournful hours, since last – Sonnet: To The River Otter by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- laws Good, gracious, just, observant of the laws; And Heav'n by wonders has espous'd his cause. – Absalom And Achitophel A Poem by John Dryden
- lease Till she has scarce a tester: For me, thank God, my life's a lease, Nae bargain wearin' faster, Or, faith! I fear, that, wi' the geese, – A Dream by Robert Burns
- lessor A person who leases land for a term of years, even if by indenture or without a writing, may have a court remedy as do tenants of freehold for any expulsion by the lessor which is contrary to the lease, covenant, or agreement.
- loos English officers arriving after the battle of Loos slept in her hall for twenty-four hours, woke to have a bath and to eat an omelette, and then slept the clock round again.
- loose Take my lips I want to loose them Take my arms I'll never use them – All Of Me by Unknown Author
- lose Yes with love on my side, I can't lose And Harvard can't refuse – What You Want by Unknown Author
- loser Ten minutes later, you're a loser Count your blessings and the ones you love At this point, we beggars can't be choosers – So Outta Line by goo goo dolls
- loss I ain't weak, nor I ain't lazy, But I'll stand this half day's loss 'Fore I let the devil make me Lose my patience an' git cross. – A Summer Pastoral by Paul Laurence Dunbar
- Lars Comin' straight outta Stockholm, a fun boy named Lars Survived Loma Prieta, mad cow, and Sars – Straight Outta Stockholm by MC Lars
- Lassos Their saddles, bridles, and lassos, were put in thorough repair, and placed upon the dry rocks.
- Les Page 150: "Tilloy-les-Mufflains" changed to "Tilloy-les-Mufflaines".
- Larson Now I know you are game," said Larson, seizing the boy by the shoulders and peering into his eyes.
- labors This prosperity enabled him to send for his son and daughter, and settle with them in a comfortable home near the scene of his labors.
- lays It is evident that no one either knows or is in error until he takes some attitude which lays claim to knowledge.
- lairs Editors were not attacked in their lairs.