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There was a march through Leeds by these fascists, so we demonstrated against it.
They were active participants in Rock Against Racism, a political and cultural movement that directly confronted the burgeoning fascist movement in Leeds and elsewhere.
Yes, 1970s Leeds felt as if it were on the brink of social collapse.
Though some players look worthy of continental competition, such as Gary Cahill-career-ender Raphinha and Leeds-born midfielder Kalvin Phillips, clear upgrades are needed elsewhere on the roster.
Over the past five Premier League seasons, no newly promoted squad has averaged more combined goals per match than Leeds.
Schools Cressida: Stowe, Leeds University where she studied dance.
Leeds ships as much as 1,000 tons of garbage a month to countries including Norway.Norway Runs Short of Garbage Needed to Make Electricity|Miranda Green|May 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Meredith Kercher, a bright and beautiful 21-year-old from Leeds, was enjoying the happy-go-lucky life of an exchange student.
“Sports franchises are very, very small potatoes,” Leeds said.
Leeds looked to Chicago as proof that sports teams are “a consumption good not an investment good.”
There is little to detain one within the city of Leeds itself, but there are many places of interest in its immediate vicinity.British Highways And Byways From A Motor Car|Thomas D. Murphy
Leeds had, more than twenty years before, obtained from Charles the Second a patent granting the reversion to Caermarthen.
To that salary, however, Leeds had clung, year after year; and he now relinquished it with a very bad grace.
Leeds considered that as foreign secretary he was specially compromised, and resigned the seals.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
She could not bear to sit there and look at Mrs. Leeds's face.Four Days|Hetty Hemenway