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Lone Ranger a character created originally for American radio in 1933, as a masked enforcer of law in the American West, who (assisted by the Indian Tonto) constantly intervenes on the side of right, but never reveals his identity. Episodes ended with his call to his white horse, ‘Hi-yo, Silver, away!’

Lone Star State an informal name for Texas.

lone wolf a wolf living by itself rather than in a pack, and thus a person who prefers to act alone. In its literal sense, the term may well have been popularized by the character of the wolf Akela in Kipling's Jungle Books.

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