from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of lap.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lap.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A simplified spelling of lapse.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
When Powers, thinking he was three laps from the finish, attempted to take a feed two laps from the finish, he was denied by the pit official and was forced to stop in the pit.
Jones, who appeared blown at the barriers two laps from the end, came in for fifth, a one-place improvement from Friday.
They place the burden of proof in laps of the accused, entire sectors of the economy, while ignoring the overarching basic fact that in society there are law abiders and law breakers often on both sides of the equation regardless of what entity is making the rules.
Dramatic dropoff in laps led last year, but fantasy owners love his steady style
"My plan was to go at about 10 laps from the finish and I did it at about 8 laps," Van Dijk said.
He pitted for four tires during a caution period 10 laps from the end, while the eight cars in front of him stayed on track.
Water once again laps against the muelles at Scorpion Island, Ajijic, Mezcala and other Ribera communities.
Has it occurred to people that our insistence on hairless laps is closet pedophilia?
Todd Martin laps it up after a marathon victory against
It seems to me that they would have done more good for their students if they’d said: Four laps is a mile on this track, and every student needs to be able to cover that distance in less than 15 minutes.
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