A·dolf [ey-dolf; German ah-dawlf], /ˈeɪ dɒlf; German ˈɑ dɔlf/, 1870–1933, Austrian architect and writer.
Anita, 1893–1981, U.S. writer.
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How to use Loos in a sentence
But last it has, despite claims of an affair by former assistant Rebecca Loos in 2004.
But when you went into the actual cubicle, they had these crazy old-fashioned wooden Loos.
“It was weird, because they just looked like ordinary Loos,” says our source.
Preparations for the battle of Loos brought to the Division for the first time a fairly liberal supply of ammunition.The History of the 51st (Highland) Division 1914-1918 | Frederick William Bewsher
Such is the story of the girl who will go down to history as "the heroine of Loos."
The strong redoubt of Loos was raked fore and aft, and the German trenches were full of dead.
Let me remind you that this division consisted of Scottish soldiers, and that they lay in front of the Loos Redoubt.
Nothing was more surprising in the Battle of Loos than the high spirits of our men, even in the darkest hour of trial.
British Dictionary definitions for Loos
Adolf (ˈadolf). 1870–1933, Austrian architect: a pioneer of modern architecture, noted for his plain austere style in such buildings as Steiner House, Vienna (1910)
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