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loo

1. a gambling card game
2. a stake used in this game

loo

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(meteorology)
A hot wind from the west in India.

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.
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We also changed our hand-hygiene practice," Loo says.
Phoebe added: "I'm OK in public toilets because the loo rolls are usually behind a metal cage, but if I were to see them I'd freak out.
Manager of The Ernest Willows Danielle Stephens, who has run the pub with husband John for almost seven years, said: "Loos are not just loos, they are part of the experience.
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ROOM WITH ARTISTIC LOO Artist Paul Scott buffs up his working art creation at Northern Print watched by director Anna Wilkinson.
Even a grotty hotel loo is better than a public one - if for no other reason than the wind isn't howling under the door.
The Coventry and Warwickshire area has become the hotseat of loo twinning since it started in 2010, raising PS12,660 to build toilets in countries where poor sanitation is costing lives.
Nenagh Council makes a measly EUR1,000-a year from the extortionate loo that has been branded an "incredible waste of money" by its mayor.
I want everyone to see it, but Dave was like, 'They will - everyone goes to the loo when they come round'.
TWO public toilets in a Northumberland market town have been rated highly in a scheme which recognises the country's best kept loos.