Lotta times,” recalls Dave Wing, “nothing needed to be said.
The federal government spent a Lotta money training me to be a very, very talented and capable aviator.
I have lost the groom,—his horse was too slow,—and I've been punished by Lotta picking a stone I cannot remove.
Something the Doc said the other day had a Lotta fact in it.
"Your aunt will be down soon," said Lotta Luxa as they passed through the passage.
But there can be no comparison betwixt the two, and Lotta has ambition.
That's about it, Lotta; but you wouldn't have had me leave them?
I fear me that Lotta is not true to thee nor to her better self.
"I never thought he'd be so firm about it, ma'am," said Lotta to her mistress.
Lotta nodded with approval when she learned what had been done.