Leo Hollis, the author of Cities Are Good for You, warns us of the good and the bad.
In the Young case, for example, the complaint states that Leo alerted the officers to the car seat.
Meeting Leo Ryan was like encountering a whirlwind, an exuberant force of nature.
Leo wrote back right away and said the trip sounded fascinating and he would love to join.
Still, she wanted to meet Russell and keep the door open for future projects—and Leo quickly overcame her misgivings.
Leo Tolstoi voiced his sentiments in a letter which could not be published on account of the censorship.
But he was supported by Aspar, who had given Leo the empire.
But a gale carried away the "Leo's" foremast, and she fell a prey to an English frigate which happened along untimely.
Can't you see that that fool Leo is watching us all the time?
Pawnbroking establishments were finally authorized by Leo X., who threatened excommunication of those who wrote against them.
zodiac constellation, late Old English, from Latin leo "lion" (see lion). Meaning "person born under the sign of Leo" is from 1894. Leonid "meteor which appears to radiate from Leo" is from 1868. The annual shower peaks Nov. 14.