- lakeland terrier,
Origin of laker
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Having former L.A. Laker (and self-professed 38-year-old virgin) A.C. Green in to speak will set you back $5,000 to $10,000.
The younger woman made no noise, but she held one of Laker's limp hands in both hers.
Laker's manner had been quite as usual, he said; certainly he did not seem preoccupied or excited in his manner.
And it was conjoined with another rather curious mistake, or what would have been a mistake if the thief were Laker.
She is a governess, or something of that sort, and I believe she and Laker were engaged to be married.
As a matter of fact, I had a notion that Laker wasn't alone in it.
used of people or things associated in various ways with a lake or lakes, including tourists to the English Lake country (1798); the poets (Wordsworth, etc.) who settled in that region (1814); boats on the North American Great Lakes (1887), and a person whose work is on lakes (1838); see lake (n.1). The U.S. professional basketball team began 1947 as the Minneapolis Lakers, where the name was appropriate; before the 1960-1 season it moved to Los Angeles, but the name was kept.