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- The symbol for the element lanthanum.
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- n. Symbol for lanthanum.
- abbr. Alternative form of LA.
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[Introduction to Philosophy, Vol. 1 (1920)], in an essay in Science et sagesse [Science and Wisdom (1935)], but particularly in La philosophie de la nature [The Philosophy of Nature (1935)] and Les degres du savoir
I can still see and hear him, as he went his way along the lamplit streets, La ci darem la mano on his lips, a noble figure of a youth, but following vanity and incredulous of good; and sure enough, somewhere on the high seas of life, with his health, his hopes, his patrimony and his self-respect, miserably went down.
But I was riding up in the elevator the other day during afternoon session, and by law, I do not have to stick my fingers in my ears and go, La, la, la, la, la.
He was interred in the burial-ground of Père la Chaise, between the tombs of Molière and La
It was decided at this council to send a large party to the Main, to the de la Hacha River, "to assault a small village" of the name of La
Liberté et la conservation de l'énergie (Paris, 1897); Mercier, La
DUPANLOUP, Entretiens sur la Prédication (Paris, 1866); FONTAINE, La
La F. -m. soumise au grand jour de la publicité (1866), contains valuable documents on French, Belgian, and German Masonry; MALLIE, La
LEGENDRE in VIGOUROUX, Dict. de la Bible (1891), s.v.; DE VOGUEE, La
III (London, 1822); HERVAS, Catálogo de la lenguas I (Madrid, 1800) (principal authority); PAGE, La Plata (New York, 1859); QUEVEDO, La
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