- From Middle English lōs ("reputation, renown, fame, infamy, rumor, news"), from Old French los, from Latin laus ("praise, glory, fame, renown"). Compare laud. (Wiktionary)
“May be the next game with Mc cain Bush he Obama will loos is not your problem you are not God that know all things.”
“I was also impressed with the visitors centre! though it needs a little cafe/shop thing really and the loos were a bit - hmmmm.”
“My husband and I are weeding through some of our collection, so our loos is your gain!”
“I've seen many 'loos' that have 'please take a seat' but my experience is restricted to the little girls room.”
“You can tell approximately how many people they expected based on the number of portable toilets or "loos", Victoria.”
“Thought it was a little messy, and all that tape was making the light box 'loos' it's effectiveness.”
“Toilet truth: leaders fail to tie 'loos' ends alliance is showing signs of strain, two years before Assembly Tamil Nadu.”
“Well, can Republicans finally claim responsibilit for causing the economic disaster and loos of jobs?”
“My early years were a riot of earthy smells, outside loos, fun in fields and windy bus stops.”
“We had to battle our field help in the vineyard to use the portable loos.”
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Imagine my joy when I was wearing my calculator watch and was first introduced to someone named Leslie - there was exactly enough room on the display for 317537.14.
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