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  • n. Plural form of L.

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Examples

  • To create something that actually makes any sense yet contains the magical 50 'L's was, I found, spectacularly difficult.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Mr L's eternal additions, and you knew then and was witness in some degree to the dislike of the readers to certain parts of the preface.

    Letter 186

  • Mr L's suggestions are new to me, I had only thought that there are some fools in the world who would say on such an occasion that I wrote them, or helpd to write them: and I know not whither such a procedure would, or would not involve Nats reputation.

    Letter 81

  • Hood offers no more for half, and less than half he will not engage for, Mr. G — I doubt will be distanced, I can't help it, I wish to God it was settled, it soon will, a paper is drawn up from Mr. L's letter, which will be a bargain as to the poem.

    Letter 49

  • As it happened, the District was stuck paying for two Lincoln Navigator L's after the first arrived with a gray interior and Brown insisted on the black-on-black color scheme, touching off a scramble for the model he wanted.

    'Fully loaded' SUV puts D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown on the spot

  • But L's only consolation was clutching his genitals more firmly then we'd ever seen.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • But one afternoon L's father set up some simple model rockets in the big back yard.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I suspected Mr. L was concerned in the new Review, from his friend saying (the 'respectable Gentleman in London to whom he had communicated his sentiments respecting the poem') — he says, 'I read that part of your letter to Messrs Vernor and Hood, my publishers,' and in Mr. L's letter to you he expressed it, our publishers. —

    Letter 16

  • The letters I have sent of Mr. L's will inform you of a late sort of misunderstanding at Troston and Euston, which is happily settled.

    Letter 38

  • He glared at them, spit something out in Russian—cold and fast, replete with dark L's and a gruff sound that manifested in Connie's mind as Č!

    A Bear Hunt in Riga

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