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LVLas Vegas (Nevada)
LVLeave
LVLouis Vuitton
LVLogical Volume
LVLow Voltage
LVLatvia (ISO Country Identifier)
LVLehigh Valley
LVLaunch Vehicle
LVLeft Ventricular
LVLeft Ventricle
LVLongview (community college in Missouri)
LVLeucovorin
LVLow Volume
LVLong View (Green Day song)
LVLord Voldemort (Harry Potter books character )
LVLinda Vista (California)
LVLatent Variable
LVAlbanian Airlines (IATA airline code)
LVLumbar Vertebrae
LVLord Vader (Star Wars; fictional character)
LVLaserVision
LVLiquid Volume
LVLimited Visibility
LVLiquidation Value
LVLinking Verb
LVLeading Vehicle
LVLevel Valve
LVLassa fever virus
LVLight Voltage
LVLive Variable
LVLatching Valve (or Latch Valve)
LVLehigh Valley Railroad Company
LVLet Vibrate (handbells)
LVLagrange-Vandermonde
LVLunch Voucher
LVLight Volcano
References in classic literature ?
She considerately leaves us to ourselves, until we are fitter than we are now to think of our future plans, and to arrange as we best can for earning our own living.
But I cannot leave Paris just now without knowing--"
And can I, heedless of their beauty, doom them to pain and grief, that I might save my own dear blossoms from the cruel foes to which I leave them?
Leave me for my sake, that, having said a prayer for your safety, I may have space to settle my account undisturbed by worldly sorrows.
Then said Lina: 'Fundevogel, never leave me, and I will never leave you.
In the midst of these whimsical fancies she heard a new strange sound among the leaves.
If you are an ape you will do as the apes would do-- leave one of your kind to die in the jungle if it suited your whim to go elsewhere.
To leave her house had always been a month's work for her, it must be left in such perfect order, every corner visited and cleaned out, every chest probed to the bottom, the linen lifted out, examined and put back lovingly as if to make it lie more easily in her absence, shelves had to be re-papered, a strenuous week devoted to the garret.
Captain Granet is trying to persuade you to leave London this evening?
Boxtel at first entertained an idea of stealing the key, but it soon occurred to him, not only that it would be exceedingly difficult to abstract it from her pocket, but also that, when she perceived her loss, she would not leave her room until the lock was changed, and then Boxtel's first theft would be useless.
If there is any protection in the world that you can turn to, less doubtful than mine, I suppose I ought to say no more, and leave the house.
The message had been evidently written in great haste: "I am unexpectedly obliged to leave London.