noun, plural lats, la·ti [lah-tee]. /ˈlɑ ti/.
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On the “Above the Law ” blog David Lat called it the “Best Amicus Brief Ever.”
Dozens of midpriced items were embedded with similarly aggressive markups, like $283.00 for a “CHEST, PA AND LAT 71020.”
The idea of Thomas running for president was floated two years ago by two legal bloggers, David Lat and Kashmir Hill.Clarence Thomas Is a Long Shot for President, But His Candidacy Makes a Lot of Sense|Adam Winkler|February 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I saw three kinds of sea-tangle, but could only obtain a specimen of one, resembling that which I had seen in 44° South lat.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
I read Wys for want of a better word; it answers to one sense of Lat.
I hold it to be the exact literal translation into French of the Lat.
By paces we must understand degrees; for the F. word pas evidently represents the Lat.
Formel, perhaps 'regular' or 'suitable' companion; as F. formel answers to Lat.