Still, she wanted to meet Russell and keep the door open for future projects—and Leo quickly overcame her misgivings.
Meeting Leo Ryan was like encountering a whirlwind, an exuberant force of nature.
I also appreciate the work of Leo Quinteros from Chile, and The Kinks.
It can similarly be said for Alfred Stieglitz at the beginning of the 20th century as well as Leo Castelli from the latter half.
The next day Leo lead a group of 15 defectors to a local jungle airport.
Leo Tolstoi voiced his sentiments in a letter which could not be published on account of the censorship.
Leo had not been the first Grant to go courting to Wish-ton-wish.
But a gale carried away the "Leo's" foremast, and she fell a prey to an English frigate which happened along untimely.
It seems ridiculous to think that Leo and Alice are married.
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.