A Funeral This video, reports the lede, "is said to show a funeral on Tuesday for two people killed in the raid on the square."
And another story today at the Jewish Press, under a credulous headline, admitted the story might not be right in its lede.
That can mean rewriting wire copy to put the part most embarrassing to Democrats in the lede.
Either the Times buried the lede, or the perils of “oversharing” is the lede.
The point of land near the house of lede, just below Drontheim.
Item, to apoint a knyght or a squier to lede the chieff morner.
Geta lede hrewic heldon, the Getas held the place of corpses (lay dead upon it), 1215; pret.
That is openede thus; lede the rote of o quadrat into the rote of the oer quadrat, and an wolle e meene shew.
Her bones were closid in lede, and withyn that bones were closyd yn lether.
The forms of the minne songs were the song (lede), lay (lerch), proverb (spruch).