Did you perchance mean leases?
- French laissées, from laisser to leave. See lease (transitive verb). (Wiktionary)
“We are likely to drop into a period of severe Depression and financial instability, and on the other side is a life with less energy, less wealth and a whole host of other "lesses" that make up our new normal.”
“The gridlock also reflects a growing gulf within the so-called developing world between the have-nots and the have-lesses, as "emerging" economies like China and India diverge politically from the interests of poorer nations, even as they antagonize the wealthier nations that have long been the biggest emitters.”
“Experience suggests that most people behave the same, and the work-lesses at least offset the work-mores.”
“As long as income and wealth keep concentrating at the top, and the great divide between America's have-mores and have-lesses continues to widen, the Great Recession won't end -- at least not in the real economy.”
“The issue on hand was "How can religious leaders lesses tension and misunderstanding after Fort Hood tragedy".”
“February 6, 2008 at 5:59 am k i will hug hims n skweez hims n call hims Morie ensted ob Georj. taht will nawt maek me luvs him lesses.”
“Like other elements of childhood for the precociously gifted — private or home schooling, overstructured activity, and proto-professional training — edutainment products are part of a system that divides children into haves and have-lesses.”
“If we as a society decide we want to transfer wealth from the haves to the have nots or the have lesses then I would prefer we implement such a social agenda via government programs, and not try to do so within the private economy.”
“Su pane nostru de dogni die dàdenolu oe, perdona a nois sos peccados nostros perdona a nois sos peccados nostros comente nois perdonamus sos inimigos nostros, e non nos lesses ruer in tentatzione, ma lìberanos dae su male.”
“Especially when she has been visualising the guy who she wants to fill those lesses, taking a chick who is not me out for a romantic day, buying her flowers and chocolates and probably making sweet passionate love in some fancy hotel room.”
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