from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Loos, Anita 1893?-1981. American writer who is best known for her many screenplays, including The Girl from Missouri (1934) and I Married an Angel (1942). She is also known for her novels, especially Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1925), which she later adapted for film.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Praise; fame; reputation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See lose.
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- n. Austrian architect (1870-1933)
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos is usually mentioned in the same breath and I've yet to read that but will.
Loos, which is about three miles north of Lens, has been one of the centres of fighting.
Further, even if the German cartridge mask was only decided upon after Loos, which is not probable, our feeble reply in that battle would hardly have justified such a radical advance in protection.
One of the most abundant bauxite deposits is to be found on the small island of Loos, which is opposite Conakry.
Joe Nadicksbernd, Christian Brothers 'current athletic director, recalls Loos' time as assistant coach.
A business for Lou in case she ever wants to be an entrepreneur: Lou's "Loos"
David Bedella also exudes the right raffish charisma as Wilson, whom Anita Loos described as "America's most fascinating outlaw", and Michael Jibson is a perfect foil as the architecture-loving Addison.
Perhaps the highlight of Ms. Russell's career was co-starring with another bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," Anita Loos's sly 1953 hit musical about a pair of showgirls on the prowl.
In that regard, one could say it was one of the better coaching jobs in Dave Loos 'long career.
Coach Dave Loos ripped this team's lack of focus on defense more than once, and given the number of close games it played, it couldn't afford those kinds of lapses.