Lore (two syllables) was a water nymph who used to sit on a high rock called the Ley or Lei (pronounced like our word LIE) in the Rhine, and lure boatmen to destruction in a furious rapid which marred the channel at that spot.
So he used to wander to the neighborhood of the Lei, evenings, with his Zither and "Express his Longing in low Singing," as Garnham says.
"It was on the evening before his departure, as he wished still once to visit the Lei and offer to the Nymph of the Rhine his Sighs, the tones of his Zither, and his Songs.
On the Lei rose flames, the Fairy stood above, at that time, and beckoned with her right hand clearly and urgently to the infatuated Knight, while with a staff in her left hand she called the waves to her service.
Several of them had been to Honolulu, and knew the instrument, confirming Mercedes' definition of ukulele as "jumping flea." Also, they knew Hawaiian songs she had learned from Mercedes, and soon, to her accompaniment, all were singing: "Aloha Oe," "Honolulu Tomboy," and "Sweet Lei
Lehua." Saxon was genuinely shocked when some of them, even the more matronly, danced hulas on the sand.
In terms of total LEIs
issued by all 33 accredited global LEI
Issuers, RapidLEI ranked 6th by issuing LEIs
to 3477 companies in Q1 of this year.
Nao se esta falando da igualdade perante a lei
, mas no que diz respeito as qualidades fisicas e intelectuais.
Understanding the Lei
Feng Revival: Evidence from a Survey of Chinese Students.
took advantage of his position and provided help to local companies in exchange for bribes from March 2007 to November 2012, according to a statement from the court.
left his wife in the car outside in a parking bay at the hotel, near the city's train station, while he ran to get some money from a nearby cashpoint machine.
The "legendary" Lei
Feng, the "hero" of the online game referred to by Reuters, is also alluded to in the new book.