from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To throw, as a lance; to let fly; to launch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To throw, as a lance; to let fly; to launch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See launch.
a large bed of flints called locally a 'lanch' or 'lanchet.'
Thus, Dennis argues for a minimalist lanch architecture that basically takes just what you need with the launchers that currently exist today and utilize the landers as best as you can.
Now that he has congress should lanch an investigation and put him under oath.
Because she is not, she must lanch personal attacks and whisper Rovian style to Matt Drudge: Desperate, mean and dishonest.
And next time, do a little background research before you lanch into sanctimonious, but false, claims of hypocrisy from the other side.
Just lanch a few dozen pods like the one the mars probe was in at the moon with machines and buildings.
She never is wanting to give me a good word, and took occasion to lanch out in my praise, she says.
I bet he still believes rthat the Iraqi airforce will lanch an attack on the US with their biologically tainted paper aircraft.
Note that this is not paid writing work, which is, of course, how I came to hear about it: On Sunday the Province will lanch the Sunday Serial Thriller, a 12-part mini-novel set in Vancouver.
On Sunday the Province will lanch the Sunday Serial Thriller, a 12-part mini-novel set in Vancouver.
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