Bburs word heartless is just; it must have had sharp prompting from lis rejoicing in the downfall of The Khns, Bburs uncles.
E' lis—a district and a city in the northwestern part of the Peloponnesus.
Shut up dat trap-face of your'n an' lis'en to me, whut I'm say in': Frum dis hour on, you stay plum' away frum dat gal.
"We're just looking on an' lis'ning," answered the boys meekly.
Salix is said to be from the Celtic sal, meaning near, and lis, water.
Arbiter (7:4) and lis (23:10) are not much more common in Ovid than in the other poets.
We even reduced, for his edification, into lis, all the distances from one town to the other.
lis reputation, like all success, is due partly to accident.
Two young men, Bu´lis and Sper´thi-as, then nobly resolved to offer their lives in exchange for those that had been taken.
This is but lis de nomine, a controversy about the name and not the thing.
The symbol for the element lithium.
Li (lē), Cho Hao. Born 1913.
Chinese-born American chemist known for isolating and analyzing a number of hormones secreted by the pituitary gland.
The symbol for lithium.