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n. pl. leg·end·ries
A collection or body of legends.
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(ˈlɛdʒ ən dri)

legends collectively.
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 legends collectively, 1513; legends of the lives of the saints.
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This is an incredible evocation of both the 'weejy-weejy' bird which also has one wing which causes it to fly in ever decreasing circles until it disappears up its own fundament and also the legendry 'oozlum bird', which in Australian and British folk tales and legends takes off when startled and will also fly around in ever-decreasing circles until it manages to fly up its self, disappearing completely, which adds to its rarity.
Squash wizard and legendry Jansher Khan said that PAF is a backbone of squash in Pakistan and lauded President PSF, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, Chief of the Air Staff, for taking a bold initiative in the restoration and survival of International squash in Pakistan.
He inspected their condition praising their legendry steadfastness in confortation with the forces of the US-backed Saudi-led aggression coalition, until achieving the Homeland victory.
ISLAMABAD -- Indian media is severely bashing Navjot Singh Sidhu for attending oath taking ceremony of legendry and his old-time cricket fellow Imran Khan.
Levocz chronicles youthful tragedy, the quest for revenge, hard-fought military campaigns, and burgeoning love, as well as the mysterious prophecies that haunt Tiberius Longinus who is noted in Christian legendry as the Roman centurion who speared Jesus of Nazareth on his cross of sorrows.
I have told her to learn Bangali and after that I started to give her lesson about Lalon philosophy." Earlier, a three-day Lalon festival kicked off at Lalon Akhra of Cheuria village of the district in memory of legendry mystic bard Baul king Lalon Shah on Tuesday.
The legendry photographer died at the age of 82 at a hospital in Johannesburg, with renal failure being identified as the cause of death.
It is learnt Sri Lankan side has asked for a meeting with the ailing and aging legendry Cuban leader octogenarian Fidel Castro and still Cuban side has not finalized the meeting as Fidel Castro is presently recuperating.
With the legendry opposition leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, under a house arrest so draconian that no one was permitted even to contact her, the international community imposed a system of sanctions on the regime.
In another exciting match, ISC Young Stars defeated Legendry All Stars.
Third, Rey ignored the ancient, millennially accepted constellation figures--which remain on classical maps, in legendry, and in Arabicized star names everywhere: the Head of the Kneeler (Rasalgethi), the Tail of the Sea Monster (Deneb Kaitos).