noun, genitive Le·o·nis [lee-oh-nis] /liˈoʊ nɪs/ for 1.
- the fifth sign of the zodiac: the fixed fire sign.
- a person born under this sign, usually between July 23rd and August 22nd.
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As much as I want Leo to be a good kid, I also want him to grow into a good man.
Leo comes to nurture you because that’s what he’s learned from you.
As Anwar was trying to force his way back into the Honda by climbing on top of the girl in the driver’s seat, Leo said, the 13-year-old reached across from the passenger seat, turned on the ignition and “manipulated” the gear shift.
Basing his testimony on witness statements and video recordings, Leo said that Anwar wound up standing outside his car, with the 15-year-old in the driver’s seat and the other girl in the front passenger seat.
The vehicle lurched forward and accelerated down the block before crashing, Leo said.
As many West Wing fans have pointed out, the character of Leo McGarry died after Sorkin had already left the series.'The Newsroom' Ended As It Began: Weird, Controversial, and Noble|Kevin Fallon|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Leo and Jorge might reasonably have assumed that the matter had been put to bed.
She saw herself as part of a larger tradition that includes Honore de Balzac, Leo Tolstoy, Marcel Proust, and Thomas Mann.
Leo wrote back right away and said the trip sounded fascinating and he would love to join.
For a moment of levity, Leo was challenged by David Beckham to do the ALS ice water bucket challenge.
Leo II, pope, died; an able and resolute pontiff; established the kiss of peace at the mass, and the use of holy water.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
"Because we are never going to die," said the Girl and Leo together, still more loudly.
A woman came out of the doorway and stood behind them, and Leo saw in her face a look that he had sometimes seen in the Girl's.
Leo rose up with a very heavy heart, and he and the girl together went to and fro among men; their new fear of death behind them.
Leo stamped down the fire with his heel and the Girl flung the flower-wreaths out of sight, shuddering as she did so.
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noun Latin genitive Leonis (liːˈəʊnɪs)
- Also called: the Lion the fifth sign of the zodiac, symbol ♌, having a fixed fire classification and ruled by the sun. The sun is in this sign between about July 23 and Aug 22
- a person born during a period when the sun is in this sign