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  • noun Plural form of lamppost.

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Examples

  • Sadly the number of real X ray cameras able to see you naked hidden in lampposts - Nil (Despite the Sun story suggesting otherwise)

    Archive 2007-08-19

  • Sadly the number of real X ray cameras able to see you naked hidden in lampposts - Nil (Despite the Sun story suggesting otherwise)

    The Soixante-neuf of Liberty

  • Sadly the number of real X ray cameras able to see you naked hidden in lampposts - Nil (Despite the Sun story suggesting otherwise)

    The Soixante-neuf of Liberty

  • Special touches such as lampposts, a flower cart with cut blooms and a projection of the Eiffel Tower turned the Scaife foyer into a Parisian street scene and set the mood for the party -- the first of several events during the exhibition.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • With the flags draped across Regent Street and the railings and lampposts of the Mall getting a fresh lick of paint, London has suddenly reverted to the photos long consigned to school history books as the jubilant crowds celebrated the end of World War II.

    John Johnston: The Royal Wedding and the British Relationship With Class

  • Young men climbed lampposts to hang Egyptian flags and signs proclaiming "Leave, Mubarak!"

    New Egyptian government named

  • With the flags draped across Regent Street and the railings and lampposts of the Mall getting a fresh lick of paint, London has suddenly reverted to the photos long consigned to school history books as the jubilant crowds celebrated the end of World War II.

    John Johnston: The Royal Wedding and the British Relationship With Class

  • Sergey Kovalyov, the human rights campaigner, said the democrats should be ready β€œto perish defending the Communists when the crowd demands that they be hung from the lampposts.”

    The Return

  • With the flags draped across Regent Street and the railings and lampposts of the Mall getting a fresh lick of paint, London has suddenly reverted to the photos long consigned to school history books as the jubilant crowds celebrated the end of World War II.

    John Johnston: The Royal Wedding and the British Relationship With Class

  • With the flags draped across Regent Street and the railings and lampposts of the Mall getting a fresh lick of paint, London has suddenly reverted to the photos long consigned to school history books as the jubilant crowds celebrated the end of World War II.

    John Johnston: The Royal Wedding and the British Relationship With Class

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