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lutetium

 (Lu) [loo-te´she-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 71, atomic weight 174.97. (See Appendix 6.)
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Lu

Symbol for lutetium.
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Symbol for lutetium
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He is also know as and associated with: Lug (Continental), Llew, Lugos (Gallic), Lleu Llaw Gyffes (The Lion of the Sure/Long Hand in Welsh), Ildanach and Lugh Lamhfada (Lugh of the Long Arm/Hand).
Lugh's name means "Shining One." The luminosity implied by his name and an annual agricultural festival dedicated to him prompted some scholars to conclude that he is really the Sun.
Joined by an arrogantly charming fighter named Jack as well as the Free Hawks, a gang of girl revolutionaries, Saba makes for the King's Freedom Fields with only one thought in mind: save Lugh. But she just might end up triggering the fall of an empire.
For instance, Lugh of the Long Hand was originally a sun-god figure whose magical sword was one of the Four Hallows of the Tuatha De Danaan.
J Murray, of Langley Park, released 15, while Stanley angler W Lugh returned eight, the best at 6lb 7oz.
This is traditionally a celebration of the harvest and the sun, named after the Celtic Sun God Lugh.
Since you first started getting cocky, claiming dominance over all my other projects, you've called me Baal, Jupiter, Zeus, Quetzalcoatl, Mithra, Odin, Osiris, Horus, Brahma, Lugh. You name it, I been it.
Yes, it's another elegiac yarn about quaint rural Ireland, told through misty eyes and yarming accents, the title referring to the festival of Lugh, Celtic god of light, and accompanyi ng capering around bonfires.
Some claim it can be traced back to 1570 and has its roots in an old pagan tribute to Lugh, god of genius and light.
3 No Boundaries Baird/Roussel 6-1 Wakes up with drop 5 Crankshaft Ulloa/Rivelli 2-1 Dropper can wire them 2 High Hero Bonilla/Perez 20-1 Turns back and drops 6 Last Spring JLopez/Aguayo 8-5 In money last 3 7 Homer Murrill/LDavis 5-2 Been splitting similar 4 Patch's Lugh JCampbel/MCampbel 20-1 Drops once more 1 Cee R Bee Emigh/ERodrigez 20-1 Claimed; blinks on 6.