American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Firth ofLorne An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean on the western coast of Scotland between Mull Island and the mainland.
“For less than the price of a 2 star room in Lorne, we got air con, quirky Malaysian TV, a modern bathroom and a king size bed.”
“The Black Fox of Lorne is illustrated but not a picture book as the others, and is a book for children of perhaps 10 or 11 to read to themselves.”
“Marchioness of Lorne, is an active president, is little more than seven years old.”
“Borrowing from Lorne’s strongest character-trait, Byrne weaves an excellent story around the Music of the Spheres, an adventure in which Lorne is indispensable for obvious reasons.”
“My boss invited us," explained Mr. Sudeikis, referring to Lorne Michaels , the "Saturday Night Live" producer who was also in attendance.”
“Hallett played Krevlornswath of the Deathwok Clan, a k a Lorne, "The Host" who specialized in reading people's auras as he induced them to sing karaoke yes, I know that sounds incredibly silly, but awfully entertaining too.”
“His character was great (Not to mention the little BSG Classic joke of his name Lorne "Greene.”
“I’ve never met anyone from the Whedonverse, but as a character his Lorne was a favorite of mine.”
“Delaying a break to Fiji could save up to $1400 on flight and accommodation packages, while staying at local hot spots such as Lorne were also cheaper.”
“Lorne," Sheppard called softly, drawing the word out into more than one syllable.”
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