American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A borough of southeast England north-northwest of London. A millinery industry was established here during the reign of James I. Population: 185,000.
“A stair carpet, believed to have been used in Muhammad's student days when he resided in a 3-bedroom semi in Luton, is due to be sold next week and has a reserve price of £0.99 on eBay.”
“She did not live in Luton, for a start, she was (unintelligible) and somewhat older than me.”
“Sack you all and get the army back from Afghanistan to do street policeing in Luton, Toxteth and Davison Mains? on January 31, 2010 at 12: 24 pm Adam”
“Inspector, O/T, but would you care to comment on the strange scenes in Luton (return of the Royal Anglian Regt), where an inflammatory demo was merely contained by Plod, while two upright citizens attempting to wipe the demonstrating scum from the earth were arrested?”
“Of course we will crack down unmercifully against these people as seen in Luton recently.”
“With regards to the scenes in Luton although angered I am not at all surprised.”
“I presume they were not arrested because of the risk of provoking a riot amongst the Muslim community in Luton, but instead will have been photographed in order be picked up later. on March 12, 2009 at 2: 12 pm | Reply Fee”
“I say this because a couple of years later I think I saw her doing an entirely different kind of thing over in Luton, though we never spoke at that time.”
“I looked at it in Luton airport at Xmas and it was quite cheap then.”
“My own sympathy and prayers go out to all parties concerned. (except the offender in Luton if he is a criminal and not another ill person)”
‘Luton’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Luton.