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  • A providential occurrence prevented any more such heart sickening necessities, for, on the morning of the 23d, they were descried by the brig [Angorona], being at that time in Lat 47 N, and long.

    “Some day, all the fools will be dead....”

  • D avid Lat is trawling for law firm interview horror stories.

    Is That Legal?: September 2006 Archives

  • Perhaps Lat is the closest so far to a Malaysian Dickens?

    Finding Lloyd

  • Gujarat, which in classical times was known as Lat; while the Maratha,

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • They had made a dash for the Magnetic Pole -- a point lying in Lat. 72 degrees and on the plateau behind the lofty ranges guarding the coast of Victoria Land.

    With Shackleton to the Antarctic

  • I need help getting this data into 2 textboxes called Lat and Lon so that I can send this data to my database.

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  • It’s called the Lat Pull, and it requires the use of a resistance band.

    THE PROGRAM

  • The chief, rejoicing in the name of "Lat," was a fine-looking old man about sixty, tattooed to the eyes, and with long grey hairs streaming down below his waist.

    On the Equator

  • "Lat" was sitting or rather lying in a three-sided wooden box or alcove, about ten feet square, built upon the centre of the ruai.

    On the Equator

  • 'Lat's luik!' said Kirsty, and proceeded to examine the place.

    Heather and Snow

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