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  • hiv 17 years 6 months of age for male and female voluntary military service (younger with parental consent); no conscription; candidates must be HIV negative (2009)
  • iv 6 369 Boy and the Angel, The 1844 iv.
  • lav Lav. Does your profound Knowledge reach to Women too, Sir?
  • li But it is more than a year since this Li Chia began troubling your curtains, and now old patrons and new guests alike have discontinued their visiting.
  • lid The boy had jammed the pannikin lid on tight that morning and had hidden it in the sand, and the storm had not done it any harm.
  • lie On arrival he found it was not so-it was all a lie-men were not wanted-and he was now on his way to Andover, penniless and hungry and- By the time he had got to that part of his story we were some distance apart, as I had remained standing still while he, thinking me still close behind, had gone on picking blackberries and talking.
  • lii A couple lived there called Lau and Lii, with a party who came from Fiji and took up their abode in the bay there which was called "Sacred to the gods."
  • lin "You, Cheng Lin, are still too young to be concerned with the question of Passing Beyond; your imperishable father is, one is compelled to say, already old enough to go.
  • lip "I know you will, Henry," said the little lady, whose lip quivered slightly as she spoke; "but now go and finish your breakfast, and then start.
  • lit And, taking a cigarette from the golden box-a present to him from "Tino" of Greece-he lit it, and wishing me good night, strode out.
  • live Oh, Algernon, let us live up to it!
  • livy The strength of the impulse first given to literary study in this age is marked also by the eminent names from the North of Italy, which belong to the next generation, those of Virgil, Cornelius Gallus, Aemilius Macer, Livy, etc.
  • lvi LVI. Crouched in a fronting cave, huge Cerberus wakes These kingdoms with his three-mouthed bark.
  • lxiv 11.-Page 339, stanza lxiv.
  • xiv 11. For the judgment will assuredly come and no intercession will avail, xiv.
  • Lib "A doctor once told a second cousin of my sister-in-law's-" and so on ad infinitum, ad lib.
  • Liz Mattie and Liz go off in one direction, and Em and I in another.
  • DIV " Div ye think, Cosmo, whaur heid or hert or fit or han' cud du onything to waur aff want or tribble frae you or the laird,'at Grizzie or mysel' wad be wantin' that day?
  • LIQ of liq. str. P. B., and in half an hour m. vii. more.
  • RIV Riv. Therefore I dare not ask her; I would not claim my Julia as a debt, But take her as a gift, and, oh, I swear It is the dearest, richest, choicest gift.
  • LIX Calvin, Jean: Commentaria in Opera Omnia in Corpus Reformatorum, vol. LIX. Brunswick, 1887.

2 words made from the letters liv

3 letter words made from liv:

lvi, liv.

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