Smith, the current police chief, called lee a “scapegoat” who was “thrown to the wolves” to satisfy political critics.
lee is a patient storyteller with a distanced, mostly omniscient point of view.
Then we headed of to lee Park, one of the largest parks in Dallas and named for Robert E. lee, to look for the fabled hippies.
I asked lee Hirsch to name the most common mistake parents make when they believe their child is being bullied.
lee is not a recluse, but she famously stopped granting interviews in 1964.
Thus they lay, as it were, at anchor in the lee of this extemporised breakwater.
Sing lee had been a silent listener to this strange conversation.
lee and Longstreet dismounted, but Hill remained on his horse.
Now the little shop had been far distanced by the competition of Sothern and lee.
"I desire to ask you some questions about Mr. lee Darwin, Mr. Carpe," he began.
Old English hleo "shelter, cover, defense, protection," from Proto-Germanic *khlewaz (cf. Old Norse hle, Danish læ, Old Saxon hleo, Dutch lij "lee, shelter"). No known cognates outside Germanic; original sense uncertain and might have been "warm" (cf. German lau "tepid," Old Norse hly "shelter, warmth"), which might link it to PIE *kele- (1) "warm." As an adjective, 1510s, from the noun.