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Since LibreOffice regex engine is crippled and don't support lookaheads, the 
short answer is:
no, you can't do that.

BUT do lines you want to delete happen to fall into some common pattern? In 
your sample (which may or may not be representative for entire text) they 
does. In fact you want to delete all lines that start with number followed by 
letter. You can use this regexp to match these lines:


^ (caret) is for "begging of line". So this will match every line that starts 
with at least one number.

If you don't care about formatting, you may also export your file into TXT and 
use perl, which has superior regex capabilities.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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