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  • noun Plural form of Laurel.


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  • Jan Berry had already had a hit with local DJ Arnie "Woo Woo" Ginsberg, but he and his friend Dean Torrance had rewritten a flop record by someone called The Laurels and had their friends Herb Alpert and Lou Adler take "Baby Talk" around town for them.


  • The Laurels was a dilapidated house, standing back from the road with

    Secret Adversary

  • The Laurels was a dilapidated house, standing back from the road with a few grimy bushes to support the fiction of a front garden.

    The Secret Adversary

  • David Levenson Laurels to come: Mario Vargas Llosa in 2009 You could claim, of course, that such decisions show how daring the Swedish Academy has become behind its solemn fa ç ade.

    A Rare Swedish Triumph

  • But when the case proves undeniably otherwordly, Carnacki finds cause to fight fire with fire: he draws himself and his helpers into pentacles and sigils to protect them against demonic incursions (see the truly terrifying sequence in The House Among the Laurels for a fine example).

    Thomas Carnacki, king of the supernatural detectives

  • My dear Wife Carrie and I have just been a week in our new crypt, ‘The Laurels’, Brickfield Cemetery, Holloway – a spacious residence with room for four good-sized coffins, and a niche for the servant.

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  • I didn't mind that a bit; I was ready to start enjoying life again, after all the nonsense I'd been through, and to put me in the best fettle there were several letters from Elspeth, in her usual rattle-pated style, full of loving slush about her dear, darling champion whom she was yearning to clasp again to her Loving Bosom (hear! hear! thinks I) when he returned with his Laurels fresh upon his Brow.


  • How sad to lose one of those great Indian Laurels - too much water in the soil one might guess, considering all the rain we've been having. jsandrock

    The trees are falling, the trees are falling

  • Laurels and chestnuts grow together with camellia.

    Southern Korea evergreen forests

  • Laurels all around for this effort. posted by Babbling Brooks at 2:43 PM

    The fourth 'D' is for 'Dam'


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