lei Huazhen is a handsome woman and unusually tall for an inhabitant of Sichuan.
For while eager looters in the neighborhood were watching, so were Bobby Green, lei Yuille, Terri Barnett, and Titus Murphy.
If not for its political angles, the lei exposé is hardly the most eye-catching of Chinese sex scandals.
lei, 54, is now under investigation for allegedly giving profitable construction deals to both his mistress and his brother.
Investment in agriculture has been rising steadily, reaching an annual volume of almost 13 billion lei in 1970.
He said he could not receive their gift, but must wear his own lei.
At the same time lei Chên-tzŭ was ordered to attack the two genii.
But her picture was not worth five lei, as you can see for yourself.
La prego credere che io sono ora, e per tutta la mia vita sarò, a lei legato di affezione, divozione e rispetto.
In the temples lei Tsu is placed in the centre with the other four to right and left.
1843, from Hawaiian, "ornament worn about the neck or head."
monetary unit of Romania, introduced 1867, literally "lion." Monetary names in the Balkans often translate as "lion" because Dutch gold coins stamped with lions circulated widely in the region in the 17c. and the word for "lion" came to be a word for "money" in some languages in the region.