American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bernadette of Lourdes, Saint. Originally Marie Bernarde Soubirous. 1844-1879. French peasant girl whose visions of the Virgin Mary led to the establishment of the shrine at Lourdes, France.
“It's my opinion that the power of creative play found in LEGOs and the power of Frank Lloyd Wright's playful designs brought together could bring hours of education and entertainment to kids of all ages.”
“The nice thing about LEGOs is that it's a toy that the whole family enjoys.”
“Some time ago, we commissioned master LEGO artist, Nick Sawaya, to take a specific Frank Lloyd Wright building and re-create it in LEGOs.”
“Chris Doyle has done the unthinkable, and extremely cool, by creating a model of the Serenity in LEGOs.”
“As a result, they don't snap together as tightly as LEGOs do, which makes them less than ideal for making lightsabers.”
“Robot interlude: A LEGO printer than can assemble other LEGOs.”
“Turns out I wasn't the only one with a strong reaction to the new Ladyfig LEGOs.”
“Patrick Timoney, a fourth-grader at PS 52, South Beach, was nearly suspended after playing with LEGOs during his lunch period because one of the action figures was carrying at toy machine gun.”
“She drained the sink, put the LEGOs on a towel, dried them, then put them in their basket.”
“LEGOs, scores of the tiny red, blue, white bricks, were afloat in the kitchen sink.”
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