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“Jonathan Lau is on pencils with coloring by Ivan Nunes.”
“Brady didn't like hearing that tone in Lau's voice, flat and just a little too high pitched.”
“Latinus had given the name Lau-ren'tines to the inhabitants of the country.”
“I'm also a great fan of Hong Kong director Liu Chia-Liang also known as Lau Kar-leung.”
“We got back into the car and drove out of the highlands, past a town called Lauša — shot to pieces in the offensive — past the Serb police headquarters in Srbica, and right up to the gate of the munitions factory.”
“A couple lived there called Lau and Lii, with a party who came from Fiji and took up their abode in the bay there which was called "Sacred to the gods.”
“Part 1: The movement after the first punch is called a Lau Sao (slipping hand).”
“Felice Bee, head of international sales, said Huayi and Tsui chose to call Lau's character a detective, rather than a judge -- a title closer to the historical record -- to avoid confusion with a popular series of Judge Dee books based on Tang Dynasty court sleuth Di Renjie by Dutch diplomat and novelist Robert van Gulik.”
“Jaya loved the restaurant and even managed to make friends with a little Portuguese girl from the next table called Laura (pronounced with the "Lau" to rhyme with "now").”
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