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Luz  n.  A bone of the human body which was supposed by certain Rabbinical writers to be indestructible. Its location was a matter of dispute.

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"Luz" Quotes from Famous Books

... la sala de clase por la puerta. La puerta es grande y ancha. Nuestra sala de clase tiene dos puertas y tres ventanas. Las ventanas son de vidrio y por ellas entran en la sala de clase la luz y el aire. En la sala de clase hay muchos bancos para los discipulos. Hay tambien una mesa para el maestro. La mesa del maestro esta delante de la clase y en ella hay ...
— A First Spanish Reader • Erwin W. Roessler and Alfred Remy

... which I then thought was only embarrassed by fear for my safety,—'We must now part. Those to whom I commit you are contrabandists, who only know you as English-women, but who, for a high bribe, have undertaken to escort you through the passes of the Pyrenees as far as Saint Jean de Luz.' ...
— The Fortunes of Nigel • Sir Walter Scott

... the general divided the galleons into three squadrons, and retained four vessels under his own command. Three were sent to Porto Bello, and three, including Champlain's vessel, to New Spain. Champlain arrived at Saint Jean de Luz eight days afterwards, although the place is fully four hundred leagues from Porto Rico. This fortress bore the name of San Juan d'Ulloa. Fifteen days afterwards we find Champlain setting sail for Mexico, situated at a distance of over one hundred ...
— The Makers of Canada: Champlain • N. E. Dionne

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