Definitions

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  • proper n. A Norman habitational surname from a place Lassy in Calvados.
  • proper n. A male given name, transferred from the surname, mostly in the nineteenth century.
  • proper n. A female given name of modern usage.

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Examples

  • LACEY - A Curves for Women weight-loss business on Ruddell Road in Lacey is moving, not closing.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • LACEY - For Lacey resident Rokaih Vansot, who fled at age 4 with her family from the killing fields of Cambodia, the history of what happened to her relatives under the Khmer Rouge is too important to forget.

    KI Media

  • LACEY - The long-planned Pope John Paul II High School is set to open in the fall - in temporary quarters at St. Michael Parish, rather than at its eventual Lacey home.

    The Olympian Online -- YahooNews

  • LACEY - An Olympia man was being held Tuesday at the Thurston County Jail, accused of backing his sport utility vehicle into a Lacey patrol car during a traffic stop at Martin Way and College Street, court papers state.

    The Olympian Online -- YahooNews

  • LACEY - Lacey police are looking for help finding white van that might have been involved in an attempted child luring.

    The Olympian Online -- YahooNews

  • LACEY - The opening of Wal-Mart's store on Route 9 in Lacey has been delayed until next month, a spokeswoman said.

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  • There I register Lisa in a Motel 6—under the name Lacey Jones, like they bother to check—and give her ten thousand in cash to keep her afloat.

    Thirst No. 3

  • Also claims to have played football for the University of Texas, graduated from Centralia community college and St Martins College in Lacey WA.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Dr. Michael Lacey is a neurologist and board-certified in sleep medicine.

    Does Sleep (Or Lack Of It) Affect Weight Loss?

  • Outsider Lacey is up against best-known candidate Geoffrey Hill, whose backer, Professor Dame Averil Cameron, describes him as “a lecturer of unrivalled power, whose standing as a poet gives his discourse an added dimension”.

    Oxford race gets “serious”

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