LUCA


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AcronymDefinition
LUCALocal Update of Census Addresses
LUCALast Universal Common Ancestor
LUCALast Universal Cellular Ancestor
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With Eduardo Lucas lies the solution of our problem, though I must admit that I have not an inkling as to what form it may take.
It was noticeable that Lucas did not take Mitton on the Continent with him.
Henri Fournaye and Eduardo Lucas were really one and the same person, and that the deceased had for some reason lived a double life in London and Paris.
Was it, indeed, a coincidence that Lucas should meet his death on the night when the letter disappeared.
I know of your visit to Eduardo Lucas, of your giving him this document, of your ingenious return to the room last night, and of the manner in which you took the letter from the hiding-place under the carpet.
Then at last I heard from this man, Lucas, that it had passed into his hands, and that he would lay it before my husband.
It must still be where Lucas had placed it, for it was concealed before this dreadful woman entered the room.
Well, then," cried Lucas, "and why should Jesus have nothing to do with his church--why should his words and his life be of no authority among those who profess to adore him?
To Lucas, the religious zealot, the co-operative commonwealth was the New Jerusalem, the kingdom of Heaven, which is "within you.
Peradventure, the presence of this Lucas Beaumanoir, being the chief man over them, may turn Brian de Bois-Guilbert from the ill which he doth meditate, and that he may deliver to me my beloved daughter Rebecca.
In a word, the stern ascetic rigour of the Temple discipline, which had been so long exchanged for prodigal and licentious indulgence, seemed at once to have revived at Templestowe under the severe eye of Lucas Beaumanoir.
Meantime Lucas Beaumanoir walked in a small garden belonging to the Preceptory, included within the precincts of its exterior fortification, and held sad and confidential communication with a brother of his Order, who had come in his company from Palestine.