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- n. Plural form of lot.
- n. A lot; a great deal; tons; loads.
- adv. A great deal; greatly; very much; tons; loads; a lot.
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- n. a large number or amount
- adv. to a very great degree or extent
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-- is got mo 'feelin's dan some niggehs; but lots o' niggehs is got _lots_ mo 'feelin's dan some white folks.
"God told Adam not to eat of it, because then he'd believe in good _and_ evil, and that always makes such lots and _lots_ of trouble.
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Indeed, there will be what he describes as "lots of 20th-century paintings, photographs and so-called primitive art,"at the fair's 52 galleries from France, Britain, Germany, Switzerland, Canada and the United States.
Magnum pointed at his head, drinking what he described as lots of beer with his buddies and lewd horseplay.
It takes working in lots of places, and putting pressure on many people to gain allies and make a movement.
The problem is that government programs contain lots of waste and mismanagement.
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There's a little Star Trek in lots of different science fiction projects.
The Greens qualify as a genuine attempt to create a third party: they run candidates in lots of elections.