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- ladoga His territory was annexed to Russia, the Cossacks lost all their privileges, and 1,200 of them were set to work on the Ladoga canal.
- lag "'T' lag geese follow marsh," Shanks insisted.
- lager We ran into lovely weather-day after day of cloudless skies and glassy seas; but the heat on the line was something to remember, and we had none of the luxuries of a first-class passenger ship-no long drinks or iced lager, or cool salads and oranges.
- lake 4 degrees; and even beyond this point the Doctor hears of a large lake again north.
- large "It was rather large.
- larger Below this again another and larger creek joined from the east, or rather our creek ran into it.
- largo Its instrumentation was doubtless borrowed from Hellmesberger's arrangement of the air "Ombra mai fu" from "Serse," known the world over as Handel's "Largo"-violins in unison, harp arpeggios, and organ harmonies.
- lat One of them was informed by Sir Richard Strachan, that on the 6th instant he fell in with a squadron of French frigates in lat.
- late I had no idea it was so late.
- later At Cambridge they appeared still later.
- latex It is to be further noted as a peculiar fact that while two estates may be apparently working on identical lines, both as regards manipulation of latex and subsequent treatment of the coagulum, the rubber of the one may always be free from rust, while that of the other is often, if not always, condemned for the alleged defect.
- lathe 745 represents a lathe dog, driver, or carrier D, in position to drive a piece of work in the lathe.
- lodger For some days he haunted the spot, then became a lodger at the farm-house, and now after making some inquiries he had found that the owner was willing to sell the place for something more than its market value, and he was going up to London about it.
- lute Then there came the ripple of a lute from the outer room, played not unskilfully.
- Lagged Nevertheless, time, instead of flying, lagged.
- Lang It doesna shuit me at a' to be sae lang upo' the solid: I'm like a cowt upon a toll ro'd.
- lats The designs featured were the Latvian maiden, which was featured on the 5 lats coin prior to World War II, on the 1 and 2 euro coins, the greater coat of arms of Latvia on the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins, and the lesser Coat of arms of Latvia on the 1, 2 and