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LLLittle League
LLLove Life
LLLow Level
LLLong Lines
LLLines
LLLand Line (telephone)
LLLower Left
LLLower Level (elevator)
LLLiving Large
LLLessons Learned
LLLowest Level
LLLast Log
LLLandlord (real estate)
LLLittle Link
LLLinked List (programming)
LLLoose Lips
LLLimited Liability
LLLinden Lab (Second Life gaming company; San Francisco, Californa)
LLLate Latin
LLLincoln Laboratory
LLLower Limit
LLLow Limit
LLLesbian Lover
LLLabour Law
LLLight Line
LLLian Li (computer brand)
LLLong Lead
LLLive Load
LLLindsay Lohan (actress)
LLLord Lieutenant (UK)
LLLlandudno (UK postal code)
LLLess Lethal
LLLex Luthor (Superman character)
LLLana Lang (Superman character)
LLLucky Ladies (gambling)
LLLactobacillus
LLLocal Loop
LLLeased Line
LLLuna Lovegood (Harry Potter series)
LLLever Lock (various companies)
LLLow Load
LLLucky Loser (gaming clan)
LLLocal Loopback (RS-449)
LLLow Lead (aviation gas)
LLLoad line (line on the hull of a ship indicating that the ship has reached its maximum permissible cargo load)
LLLandau Level (quantum mechanics)
LLLoad List
LLLloyd's List (daily, London)
LLLicensed Lender
LLLasse Lindh (musician)
LLLimit Load
LLLaterolog (petrophysics)
LLLoad Link (computer programming)
LLLoco Locass (band)
LLLiquid Limit
LLLife Leech (gaming, Diablo 2)
LLLanguageLine (interpreting service)
LLLenticular Lens
LLLoudness Level
LLLeft Limit
LLLebanese Lira (currency)
LLLuelinks
LLLykes Lines
LLLaunch and Leave
LLLost Load
LLLiberty Lines
LLLeft Linear (grammar parsing)
LLLiquid Learning
LLLibres Y Locos (Monterrey, Mexico)
LLLow Temperature Limit
LLLighting Laboratory
LLLegislative Liaison Office (US Army)
LLLymphoid Leukosis (Avian Leukosis)
LLLockLegion (website)
LLLemmy's Land (Mario fansite)
LLLue Links
LLLatent Lethality
LLLinen Lift
LLLoralai/Luke (fanfiction)
LLLiberty Lines Express, Inc
LLLadle to Ladle Degasing
LLLinguistic Landscaping
LLL-Size X 2 (Double Large)
References in classic literature ?
Mr Codlin sat smiling in the chimney-corner, eyeing the landlord as with a roguish look he held the cover in his hand, and, feigning that his doing so was needful to the welfare of the cookery, suffered the delightful steam to tickle the nostrils of his guest.
The landlord made a strong effort, and at length replied,
Starting up, the landlord cried, That's the Grampus's crew.
"Come, come," said the landlord; "let the cow alone.
The landlord told all the people who were in the inn about the craze of his guest, the watching of the armour, and the dubbing ceremony he contemplated.
In this controversy the whole company spoke together, and every man seemed wholly bent to extenuate the sum which fell to his share; so that the most probable conclusion which could be foreseen was, that a large portion of the reckoning would fall to the landlord's share to pay, or (what is much the same thing) would remain unpaid.
"Ay, he comes back," said the landlord, "to his great friends, now and again, and gives the cold shoulder to the man that made him."
I confess I did not in the least understand what Rouletabille meant by what he had said; but the landlord, as soon as he heard the words, uttered an oath, which he at once stifled, and placed himself at our orders as obediently as Monsieur Robert Darzac had done, when he heard Rouletabille's prophetic sentence--"The presbytery has lost nothing of its charm, nor the garden its brightness." Certainly my friend knew how to make people understand him by the use of wholly incomprehensible phrases.
Excepting the case of supper, which could be easily provided, the landlord had no choice but to disappoint both his guests.
To all these questions the landlord could return no satisfactory reply, despite his floundering endeavours.
The evening with which we have to do, was neither a summer nor an autumn one, but the twilight of a day in March, when the wind howled dismally among the bare branches of the trees, and rumbling in the wide chimneys and driving the rain against the windows of the Maypole Inn, gave such of its frequenters as chanced to be there at the moment an undeniable reason for prolonging their stay, and caused the landlord to prophesy that the night would certainly clear at eleven o'clock precisely,--which by a remarkable coincidence was the hour at which he always closed his house.
"Ho, landlord! Bring my friend another pot of the same.