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lx

Abbreviation for lux.

lx

abbreviation for lux.
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We held the treaty within sixty yards of the garrison, on purpose to divert them from a breach of honour, as we could not avoid suspicions of the savages.
We 'll put in a new switchboard in sixty days," he said; "and agree to forfeit six hundred dollars a day for delay.
So then," said Roque Guinart, "we have got here nine hundred crowns and sixty reals; my soldiers must number some sixty; see how much there falls to each, for I am a bad arithmetician.
Yes, but," said Bernouin, "thirty-nine millions two hundred and sixty thousand livres make a good round sum.
Sea-otter at twelve dollars, worth from forty-five to sixty dollars; and for several kinds of furs nothing was allowed.
Why did he not simply stop short at the number sixty, and keep his secret until his last breath?
As illustrating the peculiar mental processes of the country people, I remember that I asked one coloured man, who was about sixty years old, to tell me something of his history.
For sixty years I have spoken only their accursed gibberish.
They lined up against the long bar, in places two or three deep, stamping the frost from their moccasined feet, for outside the temperature was sixty below.
He's got forty tricks up each of his four legs, and the man don't live that he'll let stick on big back for sixty seconds.
One hundred and sixty dollars," replied the man who had discovered the moon.
The foreman rose--a tall, bearded man of sixty, coarsely clad.