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LoTiLevel of Technology Implementation
LOTILaughing on the Inside
LOTILuck of the Irish
LOTILotus Owners Touring Iowa (car club)
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The 'cryptic utterance' with which Kairullah leaves Loti is subsequently explained:
Exotic Memories shows Conrad, Loti, Segalen, Verne, and Pasolini rehearsing Arnold's lines in "Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse" about "Wandering between two worlds, one dead, / The other powerless to be born.
Returning to the Sisitine Chapel, Lapo and Loti are astonished by the way Michelangelo has burst through the time-honoured craft-restraints of fresco painting to cover vast areas of the ceiling in a single day.
Lapo and Loti were plasterers with an intimate knowledge of the tricky techniques of fresco painting on wet plaster, whereas Michelangelo was not even known as a painter.
Loti Yates, Director of Natural Disaster Management Organisations of the Solomon Islands, said many coconut trees had been damaged or uprooted.
George Oliver, Danny Wright and Loti Molitika will all be on board as the club continues to build towards a National League One promotion challenge.
1-Missoum: Ce vieux cheval reste le mieux loti de l'epreuve pour remporter ce 2 en 1 eu egard a son excellent dernier essai.
QUETTA -- At least two persons were killed and other two injured in a landmine blast took place in Loti gas field area of Dera Bugti district on Saturday.
The OGDC is in cent percent possession of 23 oil fields including Chandna, Thora, Pasakhi, Chauk Naurang, Fimkasar, Nandpur Punjpir, Uch, Daru, Tando Alam, Sono, Lashari, Dakhni, Sadkal, Missa Kiswal, Pirkoh, Kunnar, Bobi, Kal, Dhodak, Missan, Loti, Mela and Qadirpur In addition to this 13 OGDC is working on 13 oil fields as a joint venture with other exploring companies.
ISTANBUL, May 6, 2010 (TUR) -- French novelist Pierre Loti will be commemorated in Istanbul with an exhibition and a colloquium.
Richard Berrong discusses an 1898 play by French writer Pierre Loti that seems to have been inspired by the Wilde trials in England and his recent arrival in France.
Scrum-half Louis Silver is given only his second start of the campaign in place of rested Wayne Evans, who will be on the bench, on-loan Leicester winger Rhys Williams is given a full debut with Will Hurrell stepping inside to centre at the expense of Callum MacBurnie, and back row Loti Molitika comes in at blind side flanker for Charlie Beckett.