Correct spelling for LLO

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  • lao The oldest known Chinese sage is Lao-Tze, the founder of Taoism.
  • leo "No, no, Leo, I know what I do," she said.
  • lilo Hans Hermann von Katte (1730) - Beheaded in Küstrin for helping Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia in an attempt to flee to England Schinderhannes (1803) – Guillotined in Mainz for armed robbery and other crimes Karl Ludwig Sand (1820) - Beheaded for the murder of August von Kotzebue in Mannheim Max Hödel (1878) – Executed for attempting to assassinate Emperor Wilhelm I Weimar Republic Fritz Haarmann (1925) – The Butcher (or Vampire) of Hanover – Guillotined in Hanover for murder Peter Kürten (1931) – The Vampire of Düsseldorf – Guillotined in Cologne for murder Nazi Germany Bruno Tesch (1933) – Executed in Altona with three others after "Altona Bloody Sunday" Marinus van der Lubbe (1934) – Guillotined in Leipzig for starting the Reichstag fire Benita von Falkenhayn and Renate von Natzmer (1935) – Executed by axe in Berlin for espionage Edgar Josef André (1936) – Beheaded in Hamburg for treasonous involvement in the Reichstag Fire Helmut Hirsch (1937) – Executed in Berlin for treason Lilo Herrmann (1938) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason Wilhelm Kusserow (1940) - Jehovahs Witness beheaded for refusing to serve in German military service Maurice Bavaud (1941) – Guillotined in Berlin for attempting to assassinate Hitler Helmuth Hübener (1942) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason Ilse Stöbe (1942) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason via Red Orchestra Wolfgang Kusserow (1940) - Jehovahs Witness beheaded for refusing to serve in German military service Franz Jägerstätter (1943) – Guillotined in Berlin as a conscientious objector Maria Restituta (1943) – Guillotined for treason Cato Bontjes van Beek (1943) – Guillotined in Berlin for conspiracy to commit treason Mildred Harnack (1943) – American born.
  • llb Alderman earned an LLB from the University of Florida Law School, and began his career in private practice.
  • lld Prof Alexander Dickson FRSE LLD (21 February 1836 – 30 December 1887) was a Scottish morphological botanist and botanical artist.
  • loo "We were at Izzl," he said, "in the Carpathians, Loo Jones and I. We'd just made a walking tour from Izzl to Fryzzl and back again."
  • Flo Her an' Flo do all right thar, but me an' Eb feel more at home on the water, with no women buttin' in."
  • Lo With wide-open eyes he looked up and lo!
  • PLO The War of Attrition (Arabic: حرب الاستنزاف‎ Ḥarb al-Istinzāf, Hebrew: מלחמת ההתשה‎ Milhemet haHatashah) involved fighting between Israel and Egypt, Jordan, PLO and their allies from 1967 to 1970.
  • LL W-e-ll, there are other churches.

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