noun, plural lats, la·ti [lah-tee]. /ˈlɑ ti/.
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Dozens of midpriced items were embedded with similarly aggressive markups, like $283.00 for a “CHEST, PA AND LAT 71020.”
Launceston—in the parish of Launceston and county of Cornwall, is the second town of the colony, and is in lat.
The view was obscured, but we proceeded to the south-east and had gained 24 miles by noon, when three soundings in lat.South!|Sir Ernest Shackleton
The 24th we saw a fleet of sixty or eighty frigates or barks bound to the southwards, being in lat.
The east end of this island, where are the road and village, is in lat.
The Umkwa, occupying the upper part of the river so-called, about lat.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man|Robert Gordon Latham