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  • lad Go sleep, my lad."
  • lard The British authorities explain their results as not due to the presence of the "A" vitamine in the lard but to a reserve store in the bodies of the animals.
  • lcd Compared with digital cameras with LCD electronic viewfinders, there is no time lag in the image: it is always correct as it is being "updated" at the speed of light.
  • led I let go of him, and went straight towards the steps that led up into His Majesty's room.
  • lid My heart hath braved the oracle that guarded The fatal secret from us, and my hand Lifted the lid of the mysterious chest!
  • lld Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, DD, 2010; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, DD, 2011; Kings College London, DD, 2011; DUniv Canterbury Christ Church University, 2012; University of South Wales, DUniv, 2013; University of Warwick, LLD, 2016; Sewanee: The University of the South, DD, 2016; Uppsala University, Sweden, teol.
  • lord "Didn't you know that he's Lord Trevenna?
  • lsd , LSD ) was created in a laboratory beaker.
  • LR Party members then sought president of the LR regional federation and former deputy Laurence Arribagé to run in the by-election, but were rebuked.
  • RD National Badminton Centre, Bradwell Rd, Loughton, Milton Keynes, MK8 9LA zoom in The Centre is near the junction of the A5 with the A509, just west of Central Milton Keynes.

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