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leam

(liːm)
vb (intr)
to gleam or shine
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Back in 1999, the former Leam Lane swimming baths had a disused changing room that was collecting dust as a storeroom.
Stephanie Kerr, executive director of BID Leamington which is running the Love Leam event, said: "The idea behind Love Leam is to showcase lots of different aspects of the town and help people discover new things to enjoy in a fun and light-hearted way.
LEAM is a new modeling environment designed to support regional planning practices.
Little more than 25 miles long, The Leam is closely associated with the Grand Union Canal.
The area, which sits on a flood plain next to the River Leam and is part of the 100-acre Leam Valley local nature reserve, has been created following grants from Biffa Waste Services, English Nature and Warwick District Council.
Leam hit back immediately and barely 60 seconds later were level.
For a time, Wolviston saw a lot of the ball without causing problems for the Leam defence and their hopes of saving the tie all-but ended when they were caught on the counter-attack.
Leam Lane also had a good afternoon with a tko second-round win for Ellie Wilson and a third-round tko for Lewis Francis.
Easington are battling to finish runners-up and clinch a return to the Ebac Northern League, while Leam are struggling to avoid the wooden spoon.
The painting, focusing on a view of the River Leam which the gallery is trying to pinpoint, is one of a series of Leamington works by Stephen Bone, an official War Artist who was stationed at the Camouflage Directorate, based in Leamington.
They are only one place and two points ahead of Wolviston, who have four games in hand as Leam take on Jarrow at Perth Green today.
Harton only just held on and, with Leam expecting to field their strongest side for the return fixture, another close encounter is anticipated.