[ loo-kuhs ]


  1. Paul, 1895–1971, U.S. actor, born in Hungary.

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The researchers’ focus on social flexibility “highlights that there is nothing simple even about a supposedly solitary species,” Lukas says.

So while this deal with Lukas will sacrifice his corporate control, it also means that his sway over his family has arguably never been greater.

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Lukas and his father, shivering in wet clothes, had wrapped themselves in rugs to try to keep warm.

With floods expected, Lukas already had moved his car to a higher point on the street, along with the grape press.

Lukas’s parents, Elmar and Luzia, live above the shop, a few doors down from the production warehouse.

Journalist David Philipps was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and for the J. Anthony Lukas Award for a work in progress.

It won 2008's  J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award and the Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize.

Watch out for the Germans' deadly tandem of strikers: Lukas Podolski and Miroslav Klose.

One of his last poems that is seldom ever published is the poem he wrote to Lukas.

Going a few miles further, I took charge of the telegraph office in Lukas Meyer's laager.

Lukas Meyer made a feeble attack, and Erasmus left him in the lurch.

On the way to the chapel, Lukas came to a crossroads where he met an old woman.

In bewilderment Lukas looked this way and that but she was gone.

“You see, Lukas, what happens to a man who has wasted his property,” his wife said.