If Pat Roberts lived in Dodge City, why did he travel 1,400 miles out of his way to purchase his car in laurel, Maryland?
One artist, Edgardo Aragón from Oaxaca, tries to capture that in an exhibition at the laurel Gitlen Gallery.
But no laurel wreaths waited for Marina on the day of her victory.
They never got the respect of Abbott and Costello, laurel and Hardy, the Marx brothers.
June Prensky, 45, and her friend Gina Donaldson, 43, took the early train in from laurel Hollow, New York.
In various out-of-the-way places were stored bunches of holly and cedar and laurel.
She stood at the entrance to the laurel grove and peered a little forward.
laurel berry, of which the taste is bitter and disagreeable.
He held a sprig of laurel in his hand during the time he was confined in the pillory.
The crest of Exmew is generally blazoned as ‘a dove supporting a text r by a branch of laurel.’
c.1300, lorrer, from Old French laurier (12c.), from Latin laurus "laurel tree," probably related to Greek daphne "laurel" (for change of d- to l- see lachrymose), probably from a pre-IE Mediterranean language. The change of second -r- to -l- after mid-14c. is by dissimilation. An emblem of victory or of distinction, hence the phrase to rest (originally repose) on one's laurels, first attested 1831.