from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- left to right: Used when identifying people in a picture or image. For example, an image of three people can have the caption: "LtoR: Phil, Bill, and Phil."
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Picture of the gang at the end of the night (LtoR)Zach, Denise, Dani, Angie, Terralyn, Penny, Bryan (above), Pat, and me posted by james @ 9:55 AM
From LtoR: Ray, Juliet, Katie's counterpart, guest from Mjaft, guest from Prefektur former teacher
In that way, we would be able to leave the LtoR/RtoL codes or whatever in their proper places, and move only the text inside of them.
LtoR, Luxembourg's Andy Schleck , Spain's three-time Tour de France winner Alberto Contador and Spain's Samuel Sanchez climb Alpe d'Huez 1850 m in the109,5 km and nineteenth stage of the 2011 Tour de France cycling race run between Modane Valfrejus and Alpe d'Huez ski resort, southeastern France, on July 22 , 2011.
BC Lions practice at their Surrey facility, this is (LtoR) Jarious Jackson, Mike Reilly (13)
From LtoR: Steve Lettieri & Chris Conway of StoryForge Labs w/ Ben Insler, Pat Hanover, Nick Zak, Chris Brown on location for s01dier film shoot
PIC 6 First three at Drummond, LtoR, Therrien, Bernard and Clair