lien kept going and the bikers pursued him, horns beeping, the big buzz now sounding frenzied, furious.
Georgia revenue officials declined to comment on the matter except to say the lien was withdrawn.
lien and Ng were celebrating a much happier marker, their first wedding anniversary.
But lien was a 33 year-old e-commerce executive with his young family.
lien had been taken to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, where he was treated and released.
He is said to have a lien on the goods or proceeds of the sale, for his compensation.
But there was—that of debtor and creditor—a lien not always conferring friendship.
His brother proved a lien on it for L300 and the rest went by will to his wife.
The sale of the property was threatened by those who held the lien on the church.
A land tax was certain—it might, and undoubtedly would, be made a lien on the real estate on which it was laid.
lien li·en (lī'ən, -ěn')