lea.

lea.

abbr.
league (measurement)
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Moreover, if the King's companies keep these prizes, the winning companies shall have, first, two tuns of Rhenish wine; second, two tuns of English beer; and, third, five of the fattest harts that run on Dallom Lea.
Their eyes would be sad, and averted from their fate towards the Northern flats, their leader not Isis or Sabrina, but the slowly flowing Lea.
But he revealed he'd already met his dream woman - 35-yearold porn star housemate Lea.
If readers want a sophisticated and detailed account of how competing conceptions of property rights impact on indigenous peoples, as well as insights into how intellectual property regulations impact the Third World, then they could not find a better guide than David Lea.
Ond bellach mae hi'n byw'n hapus gyda Stephen (Dewi Wyn Williams) ac yn disgwyl ei fabi," esbonia Alys Thomas, yr actores 31 oed sy'n chwarae Lea.
Nothin' Left to Lose" was written, produced and and performed by Lea.
Each LEA that opts in to the centralized SAS systems for the pilot will receive the initial year of hosting at SAS at no cost to the LEA.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission said that it found no evidence of racism, abuse of human rights or wrongful arrest after investigating a complaint from wheelchair-bound Jonathan Lea.
Within the agreement, Norwich Union will transfer its entire document services operation to Williams Lea.
Karen Graham,42,from Bebington,has a 15-year-old son,Michael, at Abbot's Lea.
Examination of the proposed typology of programmatic groups, however, shows a more complex relationship between services provided and size of LEA.
Nicole Morgan, of Heol Gwilym, whose three sons are pupils at Peter Lea, said: 'There's no way that I would send my sons to any other school apart from Peter Lea.