How to use Laing in a sentence
“The goal of these operations is to enforce the city’s laws, keep the public right of way safely passable, and avoid public health crises like what we saw in 2017 with Hepatitis A,” Laing wrote.What Happened After the City Cracked Down On Homeless Camps | Lisa Halverstadt | October 10, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
Laing said the agreement is meant to preclude parties with a financial interest, but allow people who would otherwise be supporters or endorsers of the project.
Laing said the hope is that the city can initially provide shelter at the old library when inclement weather arises this winter and eventually make it a permanent shelter.City Setting the Stage to Make Old Central Library a Homeless Shelter | Lisa Halverstadt | September 2, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
Laing wrote in an email that the city has also explored whether the building she deemed “a regrettable purchase by the prior administration” could be used as a shelter or affordable housing.
Laing said this week that the city intends to use the library as a shelter if it prevails in Superior Court.San Diego Housing Commission Sends $44M Wish List to Guv, Wants to Buy California Theatre | Lisa Halverstadt | August 11, 2022 | Voice of San Diego
Olivia Laing is the author of The Trip to Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking.
This article by Aislinn Laing and Josie Ensor was first published by The Telegraph.
Laing herself said she is a Democrat and was a strong supporter of Filner during his run for mayor in 2012.
“People almost had started to write off the recall effort as not having any steam,” Laing told The Daily Beast.
Mr. Collier expresses his thanks to Mr. Laing for sending to him a very rare volume by Kyffin.
His editor, Laing, bids us observe “that all these opprobrious terms are copied from Foxe, or rather from the black letter tract.”John Knox and the Reformation | Andrew Lang
So this evening the General desired me to take a strong patrol of a hundred men, and go and find Laing.The Matabele Campaign | R. S. S. Baden-Powell
The most valuable edition of Knox is the large one by the late Mr. David Laing, which contains much important annotation.Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587 | Various
This brought immediate assistance; but she was found lying by herself, and talking wildly about her Thomas Laing.
British Dictionary definitions for Laing
R (onald) D (avid). 1927–89, Scottish psychiatrist; his best known books include The Divided Self (1960), The Politics of Experience and the Bird of Paradise (1967), and Knots (1970)
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