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the Lords

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe Lordsthe LordsBritish English the House of Lordsthe Commons Lord
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the LordsIt was also passed, rather reluctantly, by the Lords.On a winter's day the Lords has the dozy ambience of a modernized and centrally-heated Victorian stately home.In the Lords, they were represented by Equitable even though they had a case against the assurer.In some the dominance of the lords was strong, in others the tradition of freedom much stronger.There is another problem about getting rid of the Lords.Two-thirds of the Lords are hereditary peers who succeeded to the title automatically on their father's death.The final phrase seems to recognize that the Lords have some merit as a residual guardian of the constitution.
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