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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 ?
The children, however, were sitting outside the forest, and when they saw from afar the three servants running, Lina said to Fundevogel: 'Never leave me, and I will never leave you.
Then said Lina: 'Fundevogel, never leave me, and I will never leave you.
This will I do, dear Queen, and never leave his dreary home, till the sunlight falls on flowers fair as those that bloom in our own dear land.
If I will vow never more to harm the flowers you may love, will you go back to your own people and leave me and my Spirits to work our will on all the other flowers that bloom?
The message had been evidently written in great haste: "I am unexpectedly obliged to leave London.
Unexpectedly obliged to leave London," he repeated, as he got into the cab again.
You will be good enough to imagine the reason for yourself, and to leave us immediately, if you please.
We took leave of our old schoolroom, our bedr ooms, the room where our mother died, the little study where our father used to settle his accounts and write his letters -- feeling toward them, in our forlorn condition, as other girls might have felt at parting with old friends.
And because you have been a father to me, should I therefore leave you to perish and to lie unburied in the wilderness?
I can send to each of them leave of absence for fifteen days, that is all--to Athos, whose wound still makes him suffer, to go to the waters of Forges; to Porthos and Aramis to accompany their friend, whom they are not willing to abandon in such a painful condition.
He would leave that forever behind him with the great hopes he had nursed there of finding his own race and becoming a man among men.
Captain Granet is trying to persuade you to leave London this evening?