LOS


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LOS

abbr.
1. length of stay
2. line of scrimmage
3. line of sight

los

(ləʊs)
n
approval
References in classic literature ?
The line of communication between Los Angeles and Lower California had broken down.
A sailor brought them to Los Angeles and I gave him nine tickets to the circus for them."
This cannot be doubted, as Daylight himself knew, it was by the merest chance, when in Los Angeles, that he heard the tuna were running strong at Santa Catalina, and went over to the island instead of returning directly to San Francisco as he had planned.
So when Rose Douglas got that way Charley packed her off to visit her sister in Los Angeles.
Here's old Peter Stimson, who has `left a large circle of friends to mourn his untimely loss.' Lord, Anne, dearie, that man was eighty, and everybody who knew him had been wishing him dead these thirty years.
Maria de los Mercedes, Maria del Pilar, Maria de la Concepcion, Maria del Rosario."
Californians, as a rule, are familiar with ju-jutsu, and I especially had made a study of it for several years, both at school and in the gym of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, while recently I had had, in my employ, a Jap who was a wonder at the art.
They had an off month in Los Angeles, and Captain Roberts got it into his head he was going to make a dog balance a silver dollar on the neck of a champagne bottle.
And now arose a struggle so fell, so long, so evenly sustained, that even now the memory of it is handed down amongst the Cantabrian mountaineers and the ill-omened knoll is still pointed out by fathers to their children as the "Altura de los Inglesos," where the men from across the sea fought the great fight with the knights of the south.
"Le Bagatelle," said the author, "is as though we should say in Spanish Los Juguetes; but though the book is humble in name it has good solid matter in it."
Built one place at San Diego, the old man has; another at Los Angeles; owns half a dozen railroads, half the lumber on the Pacific slope, and lets his wife spend the money," the Philadelphian went on lazily.
About noon, finding pasture for the animals and bushes for firewood at Los Arenales, we stopped for the night.