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  • n. Plural form of lilo.


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  • There was even a little bit of synchronised lilos going on!

    tequilamonky Diary Entry

  • Necker boasts three cliff-side Balinese houses, another three secluded in the centre of the island, a lake with 200 flamingoes, two floodlit tennis courts, a spa and gym, several swimming pools - including one with a swim-up bar and a small boat to carry sushi to sunbathers on their lilos - and beach-side hammocks hanging from palm trees.

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  • 'Hooray for Holidays' campaign featuring lilos, flip-flop tan lines and snorkels will be splashed across Gatwick and Heathrow airports from July 14.

  • Beach Barometer compares equivalent prices across European destinations for 12 typical summer holiday items, including family meals, buckets and spades, lilos and pedalo rides.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • "For five nights we slept on lilos in a gym in the desert," he says, highlighting that life as an actor isn't all glamour.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Our correspondent Bibi van der Zee has just seen up to 400 people running with seven giant lilos towards the north-west of the centre, who are trying to bridge the moat next to the centre.

    The Guardian World News

  • Farm's summer campaign for the travel site featured lilos and beach balls flying through the air, with the strapline "unleash summer".


  • Exicrunr enim abs te pedibus du6ii ab ininii - cis: * adducet airrem lilos Dominus ad tc, portaros in honore licut filios rc - gni.

    Diurnale Parisiense. Pars æstiva (hyemalis).


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