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Lukas

[loo-kuh s] /ˈlu kəs/
noun
1.
Paul, 1895–1971, U.S. actor, born in Hungary.
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  • Master Lukas, who engraves in copper, asked me as his guest.

    Albert Durer T. Sturge Moore
  • I have drawn with the metal-point the portrait of Master Lukas van Leyden.

    Albert Durer T. Sturge Moore
  • Poor Father Lukas in the monastery must hide his head before this master.

  • “You see, Lukas, what happens to a man who has wasted his property,” his wife said.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore
  • On the way to the chapel, Lukas came to a crossroads where he met an old woman.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore
  • So Lukas gave her the child and together they went on to the chapel.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore
  • In bewilderment Lukas looked this way and that but she was gone.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore
  • So Lukas related to his wife all that had happened at the christening.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore

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