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LʹÉtat cʹest Moi (I am the State)

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The saying and belief of Louis XIV. On this principle he acted with tolerable consistency.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Lazarists
Lazarillo de Tormës (1553)
Lazarone
Lazarus
Lazy
Lazy Lawrence of Lubberland
Lazy Lobkin (A)
Lazy Man’s Load
Lazyland (Gone to)
Lazzaroni
LÉtat cest Moi (I am the State)
Le Roi le Veut (French, The king wills it.)
Lea
Leaba na Feine [Beds of the Feïne]
Leach, Leachcraft
Lead (pronounced lÄ—d)
Lead (pronounce leed)
Leaden Hail (Showers of)
Leaden Hall (pronounce leden)
Leader (A)
Leading Case (A)