from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • CapeLa Hague A promontory of northwest France at the northwest tip of the Cotentin Peninsula on the English Channel.


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  • Redshirt freshman DT Latu Heimuli continues to have foot problems, undergoing another surgery, and is out indefinitely.

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  • Collie had nine catches for 127 yards and seniors Fui Vakapuna and Wayne Latu ran for touchdowns in their final game at LaVell Edwards Stadium, where BYU hasn't lost since 2005.

  • Mitch Payne added a 24-yard field goal for the Cougars in the third quarter and Wayne Latu scored on a 13-yard run later in the period.

  • On third down from the 2, Robert Latu threw Martin for a 4-yard loss and SMU settled for a field goal. - Scores

  • Abi-rame, "my father loveth"; Sarai and Sara from Sharat, "the great princess"; Lot from Latu, or La'itu, "the consumer"; from the

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  • Ben Latu, 30, a nephew of another survivor Tau Taufa, was among about 40 extended family members who either slept in chairs, cars or on the ground. | Top Stories

  • RB Michael Latu San Mateo accounted for 357 all-purpose yards and scored five TDs in a 54-46 loss to King's Academy-Sunnyvale.

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  • Latu screams in his native Tongan language, as his teammates on the Trinity High School Trojans football team stamp their feet, raise their fists, stick out their tongues in a gesture of intimidation.

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  • EULESS, Texas Reuters - Defensive lineman Moahengi Latu strikes an imposing figure, long hair swinging wildly as he belts out a battle cry.

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  • Coffin to Latu giving them a 13-12 lead at the first break, and two quick goals just before the halftime whistle giving the hosts a 30-26 lead at the main break.

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