Lansberg

[ lanz-bairg ]

noun
  1. a walled plain in the third quadrant of the face of the moon: about 29 miles (46 km) in diameter.

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How to use Lansberg in a sentence

  • Lansberg stuck a cigarette into his mouth and talked around it as he lit it.

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  • He and Lansberg had been in and out of the New York office in record time.

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  • With Lansberg shot up, that put the Brittain case in his hands.

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  • Karnes found he was listening to Lansberg with only half an ear.

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  • "Somewhere in the Village, nickels to knotholes," Lansberg guessed as he turned to follow.

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