lant


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lant

(lænt)
n
(Historical Terms) stale urine, formerly collected for its ammonium content, used esp in household cleaning and manufacturing processes
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Ter teer is not so plenty as in tee old war, Pumppo,” said the Major, who had been an attentive listener, amid clouds of smoke; “put ter lant is not mate as for ter teer to live on, put for Christians.
She seemed a good, quiet girl, vigi lant as to Lena's needs, Gustav's tumbles, the state of Carl's dear little nose--conscientious, hardwork ing, and all that.
Of course Lant has every right to avoid title talk, but the fact remains Ballywalter are bang in the middle of the race for 1B.
He said that he moved from The Lant to Forest Street in Shepshed in 1936, and said that he remembers as a child playing in the streets around The Lant, and that he would often go to see Mr Smith who always had a jug of weak salt water by his side when working.
NCTAMS LANT and its 14 sites provide the broadcast link between high level command authority ashore and U.
The 16th WIDER Annual Lecture will be delivered by Lant Pritchett, currently Professor of the Practice of International Development and Faculty Chair of the Masters in Public Policy in International Development (MPA/ID) program at Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
The factors Dziabis and Lant (1998) consider crucial for building these relationships are listed in the accompanying table and briefly discussed in the following sections.
He said that there would be notable ncrease in productivity due to the semiautomated echanical system of the lant and the characteristics of the new oam.
Police are "extremely concerned" about the welfare of Barbara Lant, 60, who runs the Royal Hotel in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire.
Still clinging to the notion on his deathbed that Piety needs a man for security, he tells his daughter that young Lant will be able to make a living and care for her.