Literatura, Izkustvo i Kultura ( "Literature, Art and Culture"), abbreviated to LIK (ЛИК which, as a word on its own also means "image, portrait, likeness") is a monthly magazine covering its eponymous topics, published by the Bulgarian News Agency. The magazine was formerly published on a weekly basis. Its headquarters is in Sofia.
Usage examples of "lik".
As he buys new white shoes for his last performance in the town, he encounters a former schoolmate from Russia, a bully who once regularly attached himself to Lik and now drags him to his squalid home, plies Lik with wine he should not drink, berates him for the gap between his own misery and the cushy life he thinks Lik leads.
At last Lik tears himself away, his mind a blur, his heart near collapse.
Apparently assigned the central role of the hero about to die, Lik finds that even death relegates him to the periphery.
Peridan stammered, and all the while he was speaking, his gaze alternated between Ung Lik Dy and the head of the messenger.
Before the ducking Brynn could even think about stabbing forward under that slashing blade, Ung Lik Dy altered the momentum so that his sword was cutting diagonal slashes between the two combatants, forcing Brynn to retreat instead.
Ung Lik Dy and the bulk of her weight centered over that back, balancing foot.
Ung Lik Dy pressed on, his shining sword humming as it cut through the air.
Once out of range, she set herself, feet perpendicular, right foot in front with her toes pointing the way to Ung Lik Dy and the bulk of her weight centered over that back, balancing foot.
The tireless Ung Lik Dy pressed on, his shining sword humming as it cut through the air.
She continued to dodge and to back away, allowing Ung Lik Dy to play out his momentum.
The column on the far right is the number of times the owner of the phone called Lik in a month, which is 354.
Something smacks th side of my right knee hard enough to buckle it, making a noise lik a slap of raw meat on a wet butcher block.
I use his incredible reflexes against him: snap the net lik whip at his head.
A double span of Kosall stuck out of his belly lik Excalibur in the stone.
Big Likim, the brasshide, would need a new dragonboy when this was over, and little Shim would never see his beloved hills of Seant again.