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Lie Over (To)

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To be deferred; as, this question must lie over till next sessions.

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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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Lictors
Lid
Lidskialfa [the terror of nations]
Lie
Lie Circumstantial (The)
Lie Direct (The)
Lie Quarrelsome (The)
Lie hath no Feet (A)
Lie
Lie Low (To)
Lie Over (To)
Lie-to (To)
Lie Up (To)
Lie at the Catch (To)
Lie in State (To)
Lie on Hand (To)
Lie to One’s Work (To)
Lie with One’s Fathers (To)
Liebenstein and Sternfels
Liege
Lien