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Lane: A passageway between fences or hedges which is not traveled as a highroad an alley between buildings a narrow way among trees, ras, a lane between lines of men, or
Laputan: Absurd, imaginary, ridiculously unreal (named after the island of Laputa in the book "Gullivers Travels")
Laziness: The state or quality of being lazy. Laziness travels so slowly, that Poverty soon overtakes him. Franklin.
Leisure traveller
Leisure traveller: One who travels for pleasure, vacationer, one who goes on a pleasure trip
Light velocity
Light velocity: Speed of light, distance that light travels within a given unit of time (approximately 299, 795 m per sec/186, 200, 000 miles per second)
Light year
Light year: The distance over which light can travel in a years time used as a unit in expressing stellar distances. It is more than 63,000 times as great as the distance
Locationship: Romantic relationship between two people who work or live very close to each other short romantic affair that usually takes place while on vacation or trav
Lone: Being without a companion being by ones self also, sad from lack of companionship lonely as, a lone traveler or watcher. When I have on those pathless wilds a appea
Lonely: Sequestered from company or neighbors solitary retired as, a lonely situation a lonely cell. 6. Alone, or in want of company 7. forsaken. To the misled and lonel
Long range bomber
Long range bomber: Airplane designed to travel long distances on bombing missions
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