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lay

1. vulgar slang, verb To have sexual intercourse (with someone). Used especially in the passive construction "get laid." As a teenager, I worried and thought about getting laid nearly constantly. It was at that point in the date that she decided she wanted to lay him.
2. vulgar slang, noun An act or instance of sexual intercourse. It's been way too long since my last lay. I refuse to go on a date with anyone who's just looking for a lay.
3. vulgar slang, noun A person with whom one has or might have sexual intercourse. I heard he was a good lay.

laid

1. and layed mod. drug intoxicated. (see also laid out.) Man, did I get myself laid.
2. mod. copulated with. (Usually objectionable.) If you come home laid, don’t say I didn’t warn you.
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Fatuha, Patna: Foundation stone of 70 lakh litre per day treatment capacity STP, 5 sewage pumping stations and 19 projects of interception and diversion of drains was laid by Gadkari.
Interestingly, some of the foundation stones were laid for devel- opments as small as construction of three ducts and bi- lanes in ward number one, interlocking tile work in Budlada and Breta apart from flooring work in village Kanakwal Chehla.
If we do this we will be making the world a better place, and making worthwhile the sacrifice of those who have laid down their life for us.
But when YW's contractors, H2O Water Services, carried out work in September at a friend's house at Leymoor Road, Golcar, they laid it between 30cm and 45cm, Mr Garside said.
2 : to bring down (as with force) <Crops were laid flat by the wind.>
According to Crop Reporting Service statistics, the average hen in the United States laid about 236 eggs last year.
However, in May, one of the Chester Zoo's Komodo dragons laid a clutch that 'looked really good" says Buley, "On a whim, we put them in an incubator." Three eggs collapsed, and when staff members opened them, "to our amazement, we found blood vessels and small embryos," he says.
Something similar goes on in the case of the laid off and unemployed, thanks to the prevailing Calvinist form of Protestantism, according to which productivity and employment are the source of one's identity as well as one's income.
The best time for laying is spring and autumn but, provided there isn't a drought, it can be laid any time during the summer.
The verb TO LAY is even simpler: lay, laying, laid, have laid.
Four days earlier, after a week of missed payroll deadlines, virtually the entire crew and staff at QTN--over 100 employees--were laid off without payment for their work in the month of January [see sidebar].
The number of flight attendants to be laid off by Northwest Airlines (Pink Sheets: NWACQ) in January has been reduced from 500 to 300.
Part two consists of Greeley's prescription for the church in light of the interpretation he laid out in part one.
The reserve account is a book account that tracks UI contributions an employer pays as well as the benefit charges that are paid out to employees who have been laid off.