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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.”
'Lant Street, Borough; it's near Guy's, and handy for me, you know.
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.
During the works the one-way system on The Lant will be suspended.
This time a year ago, his team were setting the pace in the division, but despite picking up just five points from their first five league outings in the new term, there was a definite air of defiance about Lant when he spoke to Match On Tuesday over the weekend.
Grady, commanding officer, NCTAMS LANT, was the presiding officer for the ceremony.
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.
Naval Forces Central Command, Manama, Bahrain; Navy Cargo Handling Battalion ELEVEN, Blount Island, Fla.; NR-LTF LANT; Navy Overseas Air Cargo Team F116; NOACT A113; NCHB SEVEN; Reserve Naval Construction Force; RD NAVFAC; and NR Navy Material Transportation Office Fleet Detachment
Dziabis and Lant (1998) discussed the importance of healthy relationships and provided strategies for increasing the potential for successful partnerships with our physician colleagues.
"The behaviour of Iceland over north-east At lant ic mackerel stocks has been grossly irresponsible.