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- abbr. Leviticus
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A contraction
- n. of leave;
- n. of livres.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being five more than fifty
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Travelzoo Asia Pacific, a licensee of the Travelzoo brand, will use the name Travelzoo Lv You Zu on its Chinese site.
Other big names from China include fashion designers Jenny Ji, Joseph Li and Lu Kun, artist and curator Ou Ning, art critic and novelist Hu Fang, furniture designer Lv Yongzhong and the design and architecture team of Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu.
Nelson Ching/Bloomberg News Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Chairman Lv Mingfang announcing its IPO intentions in January; the company Friday boosted the size of the planned offering.
I dropped my Lv tote to the floor and opened the ivory sweater-dress I wore.
I simply don't understand why Gucci, Lv, etc is so nice lor.
Israel has failed to fulfill her calling to be an example to the world of holiness in dedication to God (Lv 20: 20-24, 26; Dt 6: 4,5; 7: 6, etc.).
Here we shall assume that the finite difference mesh size is 0 so that we can write the above truncation error equation in the form Lv= du/dt, i.e. the truncation error is 0.
However, he maintained that ROC should take some island near Lan Yu (Orchid Island) or Lv Dao (Green Island).
Exchange rates: leva (Lv) per US$1 - 1.9295 (January 2000), 1.8364
Exchange rates: leva (Lv) per US$1 - 67.04 (January 1995), 32.00