levy recounts how she herself went to a chiropractor in 2002 to seek help with a stiff shoulder she had developed in her sleep.
In the wake of 26/11, Scott-Clark and levy report, the ISI perpetuated the lie that the ten gunmen had been martyred in Kashmir.
I did not write, as levy mendaciously quotes me, that the parameters promised the Arabs "100 per cent of East Jerusalem."
levy writes that the Hamas "has increasingly moved" towards accepting Israel or making peace with the Jewish state.
The next step, levy said, is a longer-term study that examines the next 18 months worth of data.
Well, that was all right, but a little later I saw Latham and levy joining in a game with two other men, both strangers to me.
And now this levy for home defence had swept the farms clean.
"I've called about a little bit of business, miss," said Mr. levy, when they were alone.
levy could think of but one reason for such a strange command.
The consuls held the levy with much greater care than usual.
early 13c., "act of raising or collecting," from Anglo-French leve, from Old French levée "act of raising," noun use of fem. past participle of lever "to raise" (see lever). Originally of taxes, later of men for armies (c.1500). Related: Levied; levying.
"an act of levying," early 15c., from Anglo-French leve, Old French levée "a raising, lifting; levying," noun use of fem. past participle of lever "to raise" (see lever).
(1 Kings 4:6, R.V.; 5:13), forced service. The service of tributaries was often thus exacted by kings. Solomon raised a "great levy" of 30,000 men, about two per cent. of the population, to work for him by courses on Lebanon. Adoram (12:18) presided over this forced labour service (Ger. Frohndienst; Fr. corvee).