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LOLittle One (child)
LOLeft Out
LOHello
LOLaw and Order
LOLoved One
LOLights Out
LOLoan Officer
LOLearning Object
LOLiceum Ogolnoksztalcace (Polish high school)
LOLamar Odom (basketball player)
LOLay Out (design)
LOSlovakia
LOLecco (Italy)
LOLog Out
LOLocal Oscillator
LOLearning Organization
LOLake Oswego (Oregon)
LOLearning Outcome (education)
LOLiaison Officer
LOPolish Airlines (IATA airline code)
LOLandsorganisationen (central organization for the Swedish Worker's Trade Unions)
LOLandsorganisasjonen
LOLake Orion (Michigan city)
LOLutte Ouvrière (French: Workers' Struggle, Reunion)
LOLocals Only (surfing slang)
LOLandsorganisationen I Sverige (Swedish trade union)
LOLease Option
LOLesson Objective (education)
LOLichamelijke Opvoeding
LOLevel Off
LOLubricating Oil
LOLiquid Oxygen
LOLearning Objective
LOLow Observable
LOLodi, Lombardia (Italian province)
LOLandelijke Organisatie (Dutch)
LOLunar Orbit
LOLager Onderwijs
LOLubrication Order
LOLife Orientation
LOLine Office
LOLaser Optics
LOLeave Without Pay
LOLandscape Ontario (Canada)
LOLysyl Oxidase
LOLao Language (language code; International Organization for Standardization)
LOLocked Open
LOLocal Optimization
LOLyra's Oxford (Phillip Pullman book)
LOLeft Oophorectomy (gynecology)
LOLicensed Optician
LOLiner Out (shipping)
LOLetter Orders
LOLine of Operation
LOLight Offense (gaming)
LOLeadership Oakland (Troy, Michigan)
LOLiquid Oxidation
LOLaboratory Outfitting
LOLow Nuc Inbackhaul Check (airfare construction)
LOLandsorganisatie (Dutch)
LOCarriers' Official Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
References in classic literature ?
It came from a very bright place; and the little one, rising on its legs, toddled through the snow, the old grimy shawl in which it was wrapped trailing behind it, and the queer little bonnet dangling at its back--toddled on to the open door of Silas Marner's cottage, and right up to the warm hearth, where there was a bright fire of logs and sticks, which had thoroughly warmed the old sack (Silas's greatcoat) spread out on the bricks to dry.
"Little one!" repeated the captain; and he beckoned her to approach.
I am very happy to think that we have our good house, and the little one has his also!
Nevertheless, the little one was not what you would have called either a grave child or a sad one.
"Twinkle, if there lay nine seeds within a flower-cup and the wind bore five away, how many would the blossom have?" "Four," replied the little one.
Several other bulls, growling and barking, closed in toward the clearing, but they were all much farther from the balu and the panther than was Tarzan of the Apes, so it was that Sheeta and the ape-man reached Teeka's little one almost simultaneously; and there they stood, one upon either side of it, baring their fangs and snarling at each other over the little creature.
See, little one, here are four annas to spend in sweetmeats because thou hast a little head under that great thatch of hair.
'All right, let it be the little one!' he said, backing the intelligent horse, which all the time kept pretending to bite him, into the shafts, and with the aid of the cook's husband he proceeded to harness.
The next morning the White Duck wandered round the pond in a distracted manner, looking for her little ones; she called and she searched, but could find no trace of them.
One of the girls was as old as Miss Jessie; two of the boys were older, and there were several little ones. When they came there was plenty of work for Merrylegs, for nothing pleased them so much as getting on him by turns and riding him all about the orchard and the home paddock, and this they would do by the hour together.
Your kind invitation is accepted by us with pleasure, and on Thursday next we and our little ones will be with you.
-- for with all these symptoms of profligacy at ten years old, she had neither a bad heart nor a bad temper, was seldom stubborn, scarcely ever quarrelsome, and very kind to the little ones, with few interruptions of tyranny; she was moreover noisy and wild, hated confinement and cleanliness, and loved nothing so well in the world as rolling down the green slope at the back of the house.