LUTE


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AcronymDefinition
LUTELand Use and Transportation Element (regulations)
LUTELinux Usability Evaluation and Testing
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Lute whirled into safety the horse she was riding, and as she did so caught a glimpse of Dolly's eyes, with the look in them of blind brute madness, bulging until it seemed they must burst from her head.
Lute followed unhesitatingly, putting Ban through the gap in the fence and plunging on into the thicket.
When she turned at a sharp angle into the thicket-land beyond, Lute took the long diagonal, skirted the ticket, and reined in Ban at the other side.
Lute had controlled herself well, but now she was aware of a quick nausea and a trembling of weakness.
Lute flashed out of her saddle, and her arms were about him in an embrace of thankfulness.
I feel like a book of verse and a hammock, after all that has happened," Lute said, as they rode into camp.
He started to play the guitar as a teenager and, after discovering the classical repertoire, began studying the lute.
All square at the start of the second period and straight from the kick-off Lute were ahead for the first time in the match as Rob Munro hit home a penalty.
Midnight Lute was an explosive winner of the Sprint, coming from well off the pace under Gomez to win going away by nearly five lengths.
The violin and lute will come together to present a programme with works for solo violin by Telemann, Prokofiev and Bach and arrangements of Cyprus songs for solo violin and for violin and lute.
Augusta Webster's narrative poem Yu-Pe-Ya's Lute, "A Chinese Tale in English Verse," was published in 1874.
Lute commented that the organization needs "ways of accountability" and defined accountability as "being answerable for what you have done or what you have failed to do.