Holbrooke looked down on lute, ignored his requests, and made him and his National Security Council staff revise many memos.
Carper described Allen as a “very fine person” and said either lute or Allen would be fine.
While several names have been floated for her replacement, on Capitol Hill, lute and Allen have the most senior level support.
Obama disliked him and sidelined him, while lute and Jim Jones tried to get him fired.
Carper said lute would get through the Senate quickly and easily.
One strummed a lute, and they were singing together in Latin.
As the Master came to Wu-ch'eng he heard sounds of lute and song.
On the inside the furnace is everywhere evenly covered with lute.
I touched the lute with shaking fingers and lifted my trembling voice.
Dorinda I hired as housekeeper, and when Dorinda accepted the engagement she threw in lute, so to speak, for good measure.
stringed musical instrument, late 13c., from Old French lut, leut, from Old Provençal laut, from Arabic al-'ud, the Arabian lute, literally "the wood" (source of Spanish laud, Portuguese alaude, Italian liuto), where al is the definite article. A player is a lutist (1620s) or a lutanist (c.1600, from Medieval Latin hybrid lutanista).