- n. Plural form of lego.
“Scott you should get the legos from the kids and make one with you and Ding Pong in it. jiemji”
“Just the thought of Darth Vader playing with legos is enough.”
“People imagine learning object reuse as stacking legos - in other words, nothing is involved in learning objects-based instruction but learning objects.”
“It is a learning curve for the building trade here, but quad-lock foam "legos", the steel frame, and panel W foam homes are becoming widely used.”
“And for those who type "legos" only to be deliberately ignorant. don't bother ..”
“Lego blocks', it's easier to type and say, 'legos', and last i checked, it is perfectly acceptable.”
“Magpye said: "I think that it's no coincidence that Gustav shares a last name with Carl Gustav, the 84mm recoilles ..." reech said: "OT, but why do some people insist on referring to lego as 'legos'?”
“It could also be that 3,100 legos might actually be heavy for some ten year olds to lift – when moving the box or the finished assembly.”
“This is nothing more then a trade study funded to the tune of billons that will never meet any form of budget constrant or imposed schedule. altair, orion, ares are just a bunch of legos in the puzzle that will never be built.”
“Chucky, go play with your legos and leave the real business of developing the next genration of manned space flight capabilities to those of us who actually care about that stuff! possum”
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