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  1. Lache(noun)

    neglect; negligence; remissness; neglect to do a thing at the proper time; delay to assert a claim

  2. Origin: [OF. lachesse, fr. lache lax, indolent, F. lche, ultimately fr. L. laxus loose, lax. See Lax.]

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  1. Lache

    Lache is in the city of Chester Cheshire, U.K., with a population of around 10,000. It is located approximately 2 miles southwest of the ancient city, with good local transport links en route to Saltney. A new railway station has been proposed for Lache. The main streets are Cliveden Road which runs through the centre of the estate, and Sycamore Drive. The area runs almost continuously into Westminster Park and Saltney.

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