- n. the basic unit of money in Lesotho
“Although of a most energetic character and a veteran of various campaigns -- Japan, Tonkin, Senegal, China (1900) -- M. Viaud was so timid as a young midshipman that his comrades named him "Loti," a small”
“Loti," a small Indian flower which seems ever discreetly to hide itself.”
“On a day, so far back that there was no way of estimating its distance, one, Somo, son of Loti, who was the chief of the island fortress of Umbo, had quarrelled with his father and fled from his wrath along with a dozen canoe-loads of young men.”
“Yet it is apparent from this collection that hacks, too, had literary antecedents, and one can hear echoes in their work of Walter Scott and James Fenimore Cooper, of Dumas and Pierre Loti, of Conrad and even Tolstoy.”
“On October 3, they arrived in Constantinople, where they visited the house of Pierre Loti, then moved on to Athens, where DeMille visited the Acropolis and realized that the most beautiful building as to situation and design in the world is the Parthenon.”
“Multi-Fibre Agreement, competition from Asian textile producers and the appreciation of the rand - to which Lesotho's Loti is linked”
“A privatisation unit spokesman said the government wanted strategic partners for Loti brickworks, Lesotho Airways, Lesotho”
“Bazaars (Lesotho), Smart Centre clothing retailers, Cashbuild building materials retailers and Loti brickworks.”
“Loti was there, and Madame Rives-Chanler, and Sargent.”
“Though he neither feels like Loti nor sees like Maupassant -- he reflects.”
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