Crossword clues for lagan
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ligan \Li"gan\ (l[imac]"gan), n. [Cf. L. ligare to bind, to tie,
ligamen band, bandage, E. ligament, or ligsam.] (Law)
Goods sunk in the sea, with a buoy attached in order that
they may be found again. See Jetsam and Flotsam. [Written
n. (context legal English) Goods or materials found or left on the sea floor.
Lagan may refer to:
Lagan is a 1941 Indian Bollywood film. It was the fifth highest grossing Indian film of 1941. The film was directed by Nitin Bose for New Theatres Ltd. Calcutta. The film was a bilingual with K. L. Saigal and Kanan Devi acting as the lead in the Bengali language version of it, Parichaya. The music for both versions was by R. C. Boral. This was the last film Saigal did for New Theatres, Calcutta, before his move to Bombay to make films for different studios there.
The film was a romantic triangle involving a poet, his beloved, and her wealthy husband. A theme, which was later followed by Guru Dutt for his Pyaasa (1956).
Usage examples of "lagan".
Even as a semitransparent hologram, Lagan possessed a stately dignity.
Bilok terminated the transmission, and the hologram of Lagan wavered and fizzled out in an instant of static.
Clutching Lagan in the desperate hope of shielding her with his body, La Forge plummeted inside a maelstrom of disintegrating steel and stone.
The only person who opposed it was Ambassador Lagan, and she got overruled by Azernal.
His countenance darkened with a shade of sorrow that Lagan had not witnessed since the Cardassian occupation of Bajor.
Kuda stood beside the door, alternating between watching the prime minister depart and awaiting further instructions from Lagan, who returned to her chair and sat down.
Alone once more, Lagan swiveled her chair and peered through her reflection on the window.
Ambassador Lagan, who in turn had filed a grievance with Starfleet Operations.
He watched the two officers follow Ambassador Lagan out of the observation lounge.
Davila stepped past Vale and forcibly ushered Lagan out of her own office.
Behind her, Ambassador Lagan and Prime Minister Bilok observed the barrage with grim expressions.
Picard and Lagan were legendary for their ability to talk any matter to death.
Himself could do no more than to curse Eamonn of Lagan, at the time, though he did take other action later.
Whereupon the Flemings invested Castle Lagan, pitched tents, dug in and set up their bombards, with the intent of commencing the battering of the walls the next dawn.
In Lagan, they left seven out of eight bombards and most of the smaller pieces as well, plus everything they could not carry on their backs or behind their saddles, those who still had mounts.