leggo


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leggo

(lɛˈɡəʊ)
sentence substitute
Let go!
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"What are YOU up to?" he retorts; "leggo, can't you?"
Leggo my collar!" He cried aloud in a foreign tongue, and was answered from the gate.
We devote this issue to the memory Carl Leggo, a longtime
(11) A leggo beast is "Jamaican slang for an unruly wild person.
Editors Walsh, Bickel, and Leggo present students, academics, researchers, and educators with a collection of scholarly articles and essays that together investigate the engagement of educators with artistic and contemplative practices, and how this practice impacts the quality of education in general.
Martin, Ruth Elwood, Mo Korchinsky, Lynn Fels, and Carl Leggo, eds.
--Karen Hart, Esq., Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP in Leggo My Alter Ego!
Pratt and the Atlantic Guardian essays of writers such as Arthur Scammell, her book focuses primarily on contemporary writers, including Donna Morrissey, Carl Leggo, David French, Wayne Johnston, Helen Buss/Margaret Clarke, and David Macfarlane.
We have been most fortunate to secure the services of Dr Michael Leggo, and I will say more about Michael when I move his formal re-appointment to