In Warsaw, the jazz critic Leopold Tyrmand popularized the wearing of striped socks as well.
It was established in 1886, when Leopold II of the Belgians gave the Royal Family racing pigeons (left).
“All that they do is hire salespeople, make up a BS story, and boom, they look like a distillery,” Leopold says.
Morgan issued a report on Leopold II and the Congo that was drafted with considerable input from Sanford.
Leopold did all of these things but they were incidental to his larger task.
Leopold straightway quitted the army, and returned to Austria.
Ten days later her guide Leopold informed her by means of the table where the brooch was.
Besides, Dal explains that Leopold is a young man who dominates all around him.
Leopold parted with his friend opposite the Sea Cliff House.
If Leopold constantly visited them there we should have a scandal.
masc. proper name, from French Léopold, from Old High German Leutpald, Liutbald, literally "bold among the people," from leudi "people" + bald "bold."