- James, IV,1914–97, U.S. editor, publisher, and poet.
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Examples from the Web for laughlin
“We used to go to the House of Blues all of the time,” says Laughlin.
“[Lana] and her girlfriend were glammed up to the max,” Laughlin says.
Today, Laughlin lives a reclusive life far from the Hollywood music scene that she and Clarkson reveled in years ago.
“She called me bawling her eyes out,” said Laughlin in a recent interview.
Laughlin told The Daily Beast that she sent the cards to be “weirdly politically correct.”
So we had our fun with the organ, Mr. Laughlin and the little bellows.A Survivor's Recollections of the Whitman Massacre
But if that's the case, why did Mr. Laughlin take so much trouble to show him——?
King Laughlin knows he can trust Tommy to put it over his own way.
"Wealth is that which has value," Professor Laughlin states.Social Value
B. M. Anderson
Professor Laughlin likes the word standard better than I do.Readings in Money and Banking
Chester Arthur Phillips
Word Origin and History for laughlin
Gaelic Lachlann, earlier Lochlann, literally "lake-" or "fjord-land," i.e. "Scandinavia;" as a name, denoting "one from Norway."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper