- Lé·on [lee-on; French ley-awn] /ˈli ɒn; French leɪˈɔ̃/, 1872–1950, French statesman, journalist, and Socialist Party leader: premier of France 1936–37, 1938, 1946–47.
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Contemporary Examples of blum
Truth is stranger than fiction, however, and no one knows that more than Blum.This Week’s Hot Reads: Feb. 24, 2014
February 24, 2014
“It has simply been overlooked just how ‘white’ the Mormon Jesus really is,” Blum says.
Those hostilities still linger among many white conservative Christians, says Blum.
Dubbed Christus, images of the statue can be found to this day in Mormon welcome centers across the nation, Blum says.
Blum and his producing partner, Steven Schneider, told CAA they wanted to come on as producers.The Next Blair Witch?
October 6, 2009
Historical Examples of blum
As I looked at him I knew that he would live to avenge poor Blum.The Marx He Knew
"Yes, indeed, and welcome," responded the pacified Miss Blum.Donald and Dorothy
Mary Mapes Dodge
Schoelcher, Rochefort, Blum and all the usual Thursday guests dined with us.The Memoirs of Victor Hugo
Very likely she is in love with him, instead of with that disagreeable Blum.An American Girl in Munich
Mabel W. Daniels
If you think that Blum & Starks will take it up, you had better see them at once.Molly Brown's Sophomore Days
- Léon (leɔ̃). 1872–1950, French socialist statesman; premier of France (1936–37; 1938; 1946–47)