- n. A female given name, popular in the US in the 1960s.
- A 20th century spelling variant of Laurie, from Laura; also a diminutive of Loretta and Lorraine. (Wiktionary)
“HEARLD SOARES, FATHER OF LORI HACKING: I don't think he could do it because he loved Lori too much.”
“MARK BERENSON, LORI BERENSON'S FATHER: Lori is fine.”
“After a solid and full career as one of the most successful and real fashion stylists in the business, Lori is still every bit the unpretentious little girl prancing in her favorite yellow polka-dot bikini,”
“After a solid and full career as one of the most successful and "real" fashion stylists in the business, Lori is still every bit the unpretentious little girl prancing in her favorite yellow polka-dot bikini, "a tomboy who loves sparkly things.”
“Bottom line: ISS will not become an 'orbiting Mayo Clinic' as Lori is inferring, and Mission to Planet Earth Part I already showed limited value for 'inspiration'.”
“Lori is a true professional, and I couldn't be happier about this news!”
“I don't know Mr. Young, but Lori is extraordinarily talented, knows the issues, knows the people and personalities, and understand the agency inside and out.”
“In turn, we today have, in Lori D. Ginzberg's words, "inherited, not resolved" that legacy from them.”
“In the second part, the witch Red Lori from the first novel has done a deal with a demoness to possess the daughter of a friend of his, and he has to agree to free the witch from her silver cage to release the girl.”
“I re-focused and looked again, it was worse than I thought, it actually said, * Lori is a stupid bitch*.”
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