LOOP


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LOOPLife on Other Planets (Supergrass album)
LOOPLoss Of Offsite Power
LOOPLaw of One Price (finance, economics)
LOOPLouisiana Offshore Oil Port, Inc.
LOOPListed on Other Page (online marketplaces)
LOOPLong-Range Open Ocean Patrol
LOOPLeaders of Oak Park (Kansas City, MO)
LOOPLifeline of Ohio Organ Procurement Agency (Columbus, OH)
References in classic literature ?
A loop in the butt of the bull whip was about the young man's wrist.
The moment my lasso was released and Sir Sagramor had been assisted to his tent, I hauled in the slack, took my station and began to swing my loop around my head again.
When everything was ready, the gallows hung in the middle of the room, the loop made, and when the duke had cast a glance upon the plate of crawfish, in order to select the finest specimen among them, he looked around for his piece of glass; it had disappeared.
Myriad creepers hung festooned in graceful loops from tree to tree, and among them were several varieties of the Martian "man-flower," whose blooms have eyes and hands with which to see and seize the insects which form their diet.
The Loops are out on the rim of the city, near the Park,--a place of diversion.
Now the management of the Loops, in its bid for popularity, instituted what is called 'Amateur Night'; that is to say, twice a week, after the professionals have done their turns, the stage is given over to the aspiring amateurs.
Huge creepers depended in great loops from tree to tree, dense under-brush overgrew a tangled mass of fallen trunks and branches.
I ran up and drove at his head with my spade, struck him fairly across the neck, and in a minute he was all about my feet in wavy loops.
I achieved thoughtfully a few loops of my knitting.
She wore a blue and white-striped vest, with long open sleeves, trimmed with silver loops and buttons of pearls, and a sort of bodice, which, closing only from the centre to the waist, exhibited the whole of the ivory throat and upper part of the bosom; it was fastened with three magnificent diamond clasps.
At length he came to a great tree, heavy laden with thick foliage and loaded with pendant loops of giant creepers.
One brave lady named Catherine Douglas, hoping to keep them out, and so save the King, thrust her arm through the iron loops on the door where the great bolt should have been.