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loo

1. a gambling card game
2. a stake used in this game
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(meteorology)
A hot wind from the west in India.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

loo

loo
A hot and dry, usually dust-laden, wind that blows over the plains of northern India during summer afternoons.
look angle
i. The angular limits of vision of an electro-optical or an IR (infrared) seeker.
ii. The angle between the vertical plane centering a radar antenna and the direction of the radar projection complementing the depression angle.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved
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Beer and vodka are traditionally taken with food, Loo said.
At the Golden Melody award presentation ceremony, Loo came out in her acceptance speech, dedicating the award for "Darling" from the album "Imperfections" to her wife Yu Jing-pin, a Taiwanese photographer.
But the overall winner of the contest were the 'James Bond Loos' in Murren, Switzerland, which were inspired by the fact that the town was used as a filming location for On Her Majesty's Secret Service.' Bond girl Diana Rigg appears in the mirror when men wash their hands.
When the time comes to leave us, and bid us adieu, hope you got by, without a Liverpool loo.
We have ensured that our loos are an altogether different experience, not just spotless, but a little glamorous too, so this accolade is wonderful to receive."
The Lodge may have a loo to be proud of, but the best place in Britain to spend a penny is undoubtedly Oxford.
Potential licensees in the pet products industry are currently being targeted as candidates to eventually commercialize the Kitty Loo Cover on a worldwide basis.
In Newcastle the city council has just put the landmark Victorian loos in the Bigg Market up for sale.
The problem started when she was sent to buy a packet of loo rolls by her mother six years ago.
Loo's promotion enhances the firm's Valuation & Advisory Services offerings for specialty property types.
Built four years ago to replace a 27-year-old block in the High Street, the loos are the only attendant-operated toilets run by Hambleton Council and there is a 25p charge for every visit.