Definition of Lieu. Meaning of Lieu. Synonyms of Lieu

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Definition of Lieu

Lieu
Lieu Lieu (l[=u]), n. [F., OF. also liu, leu, lou, fr. L. locus place. See Local, Locus.] Place; room; stead; -- used only in the phrase in lieu of, that is, instead of. The plan of extortion had been adopted in lieu of the scheme of confiscation. --Burke.

Meaning of Lieu from wikipedia

- Lieu is French for a length, location, or a place. In English it refers to: in lieu of comes from the French expression au lieu de and means “in place...
- Mandy Lieu (born March 20, 1985) is a Malaysian-American model, actress, and TV show host based in Hong Kong. She has appeared in Hong Kong television...
- The Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit (LEIU) is an organization designed to facilitate intelligence sharing between state and local law enforcement agencies...
- Ted W. Lieu (/ljuː/; born March 29, 1969) is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for California's 33rd congressional district since...
- A deed in lieu of foreclosure is a deed instrument in which a mortgagor (i.e. the borrower) conveys all interest in a real property to the mortgagee (i...
- Lieu-dit (plural: lieux-dits) (literally said-location) is a French toponymic term for a small geographical area bearing a traditional name. The name usually...
- In United Kingdom labour law, payment in lieu of notice, or PILON, is a payment made to employees by an employer for a notice period that they have been...
- Chi-Lan Lieu is a Chinese-American author and television presenter. Since September 2012 she has hosted the HGTV series Living Abroad. Lieu has previously...
- also called a chef-lieu. While the capital of the lowest division, the muni****lities, is called agglomeration de chef-lieu (chef-lieu agglomeration) and...
- John, St.. Burridge, R.A. (2006). Gospels. In J.W. Rogerson & Judith M. Lieu (Eds) The Oxford Handbook of Biblical Studies. Oxford: Oxford University...
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