What is the correct spelling for LIU?
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Correct spellings for LIU
- li Li was no "eleven o'clock chink "-that is, a Chinaman born and bred out of the Celestial Empire-but was a pure Hankow man, and had migrated to Burma with the philanthropic motive of spreading enlightenment among the outer barbarians, and to extract as much as he could out of the country he was honouring with his presence. Meng xiang zhong shu yu wo men de hun li An jing le Zai wo zhen bian de meng le Wo zhi dao xiang ai yuan ben bu rong yi – An Jing Le by s.h.e.
- lid The little gold lid in the knob of the ivory cane flew up, and the old gentleman rewarded himself for that neat retort with a pinch of snuff. We've got a new beat that no one can miss If boogie woogie sent you like I think it did, [ From: http://www.elyrics.net] Four to the bar will flip your lid. – Bounce Me, Brother (with a Solid Four) by Unknown Author
- lie I gave him the lie to his face, and called him a scoundrel. Here those long suits of Chancery lie Quiet, or die; – HIS WINDING-SHEET by Robert Herrick
- lieu C'est ici le lieu .
- lii French Pensioners, 38 Friezes exempted from tax, 65 Froude, Mr., quoted, xii, xviii, note, xxix, note twice, xxxvi, xxxvii, xli, note twice, xlv note, lii , note, cxviii.
- lin These were not the exact words, for the letter was illiterate, but Lin Soo made it plain enough to Bellshaw.
- lip Cornish bit his lip and frowned at his wine-glass.
- lit Her eyes were lit with humor.
- lu One fine day Tess and 'Liza-Lu worked on here with their neighbours till the last rays of the sun smote flat upon the white pegs that divided the plots.
- Lib 73. 101. Mariana, lib.
- Liz The girl eyed her savagely, but said nothing; nor did she resist when Liz brought out her hands and examined the wrists.
- Lou "Why, this is fun, Lou .
- LIQ syrupy liq.; turns brown on keeping.
- LIX See Tacitus, Annals, xvi. 7-9; Suetonius, Nero, 37; Dio Cassius lix. 29; Teuffel-Schwabe, Hist.