The state news agency, lan, put the death toll on both sides at only 22 with hundreds injured.
lan Tsae-ho is rather a myth of myths, for neither the sex nor period is given.
I do the collectin' for my lan'lord an' he give me a room free.
The Russians, without losing time in firing, advanced with an lan scarcely ever seen in Russian troops.
"I've understood that he was onsuccessful as a lan'lord," said the lady.
So I gibs him de backy in de bery bit ob newspaper dat tell de British gwine to lan'.
When they had gone, the lan'lord said, "Come into the garden, Ward."
Admirable is the lan of this Renaissance nave; it is as bold as, and even perhaps bolder than that of the Gothic buildings.
The charge could not have been beaten in lan by any soldiers.
They's been some talk an' laugh here this mawnin' about John March a-partin' with so much o' his lan'.
Short for local area network. A network that links together computers and peripheral equipment within a limited area, such as a building or a group of buildings. The computers in an LAN have independent central processing units, but they are able to exchange data with each other and to share resources such as printers. See also client/server network, peer-to-peer network.
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