In surveys, tabloid reporters usually rank with real-estate agents at the bottom of the league when it comes to public trust.
Either way, Darling has a boyfriend who plays in the hardcore punk band Sunday league.
And for all the faults of the league office, the sport has effected a revolution in how we find the sport.
From the day he entered the league, Rodriguez was distinguished by his otherworldly power and prowess.
Any day that you score seven touchdowns in this league and turn in a shutout should be a day of celebration.
The Manifesto of that famous league was dated on the 16th May.
It was determined to raise £20,000 as a league fund in the Australian colonies.
It is asserted by all the chroniclers that the influence of the league (Ligue) was most pernicious.
The conference of the league terminated its sittings on the 1st of May.
He was simply disturbed that they had formed a league to meet here with mischief ahead, as he verily believed.
"alliance," mid-15c., ligg, from Middle French ligue "confederacy, league" (15c.), from Italian lega, from legare "to tie, to bind," from Latin ligare "to bind" (see ligament). Originally among nations, subsequently extended to political associations (1846) and sports associations (1879). League of Nations first attested 1917 (created 1919).
distance of about three miles, late 14c., ultimately from Late Latin leuga (cf. French lieue, Spanish legua, Italian lega), said by Roman writers to be from Gaulish. A vague measure (perhaps originally an hour's hike) never in official use in England, where it is recorded more often in poetic than in practical writing.
"to form a league," 1610s, from league (n.1). Related: Leagued; leaguing.
a treaty or confederacy. The Jews were forbidden to enter into an alliance of any kind (1) with the Canaanites (Ex. 23:32, 33; 34:12-16); (2) with the Amalekites (Ex. 17:8, 14; Deut. 25:17-19); (3) with the Moabites and Ammonites (Deut. 2:9, 19). Treaties were permitted to be entered into with all other nations. Thus David maintained friendly intercourse with the kings of Tyre and Hamath, and Solomon with the kings of Tyre and Egypt.