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Leoni

[le-aw-nee; English ley-oh-nee] /lɛˈɔ ni; English leɪˈoʊ ni/
noun
1.
Raúl
[rah-ool] /rɑˈul/ (Show IPA),
1905–72, Venezuelan statesman: president 1964–69.
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  • Denis stood watching Leoni, who stood looking thoughtfully after his master.

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  • There, Leoni, was I not right in letting these boys share our confidence?

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  • Leoni held out the little glistening flask, retaining it tightly, while Denis twisted off the tiny, cup-like top.

    The King's Esquires George Manville Fenn
  • “A trick of fence, sir, merely a trick of fence,” said Leoni quietly.

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  • “How—” He stopped short, for Leoni placed his lips close to his ear.

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  • And Leoni and Saint Simon rose, the doctor hesitating a moment at the door.

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  • The precise date of the tune “Leoni” is unknown, as also the precise date of the hymn.

    The Story of the Hymns and Tunes Theron Brown and Hezekiah Butterworth
  • “At any time when the King does not require my services,” said Leoni, smiling.

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  • Francis turned to Leoni as he spoke, and the doctor bowed his head in acquiescence.

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  • But as he reached the door he stopped short and turned to Leoni.

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