Definition for loc (2 of 2)
Origin of ad loc.
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In the 1999 Kargil War, the Pakistani army crossed the LOC to seize mountain heights controlling a key highway in Kashmir.
(LOC 948-957) Of course, that's not the way Venezuela is reported in the United States.
(LOC 1132-1139) The sexes differ psychologically as well as physiologically.
(LOC 3507-3510) The most dangerous consequence of sexual attraction, however, is the corrosion of unit cohesion.
(LOC 432) The army's standard fragmentation grenade has a blast radius of 15 meters.
The native name Athar-ath is found on a coin of Bambyke, in Brandis, loc.The History of Antiquity, Vol. I (of VI)|Max Duncker
Lassen's view on the relation of the Vindhya tribes to the Dravida and the Nishada is given, loc.
With the former is connected the Aztec design (Fig. 208) taken from Pipart, loc.
Droysen explains this name, no doubt correctly, from the name of the river Astacenus; loc.
This and the three illustrations following are from Kolb, loc.The Teaching of Geometry|David Eugene Smith