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leone

1

[ lee-ohn ]

noun

  1. a paper money, cupronickel or silver coin, and monetary unit of Sierra Leone, equal to 100 cents.


Leone

2

[ le-aw-ne ]

noun

  1. Gio·van·ni [jaw-, vahn, -nee], 1908–2001, Italian political leader: prime minister 1963, 1968; president 1971–78.
  2. Monte, Monte Leone.

leone

/ liːˈəʊnɪ /

noun

  1. the standard monetary unit of Sierra Leone, divided into 100 cents


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Word History and Origins

Origin of leone1

1960–65; (Sierra) Leone
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Word History and Origins

Origin of leone1

C20: from Sierra Leone
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Example Sentences

Leone’s scientific bet is that adding correct copies of ASPA to specific brain cells called oligodendrocytes could stop the disease from progressing, and maybe allow for some recovery.

Leone, one of the channel’s few original stars, often draws millions of viewers to each show.

Chernon Bah, co-founder of A World at School, was alarmed by what she witnessed recently in Sierra Leone.

In Liberia, the number is just over 54 percent—Sierra Leone, 67 percent.

In Sierra Leone, the WHO report reads, “steep increases persist.”

“We know the outbreak is still flaming strongly in western Sierra Leone and some parts of the interior of Guinea,” said Nabarro.

The event was a devastating one for Sierra Leone, deemed a “super-spreader” by The New York Times.

My father, who is dead, kept a hotel at Sierra Leone, and he knew the ways of the—half-castes.

Prof. Macri Leone describes nineteen later editions, making with his own some twenty-one in all.

He went out in 1816, and began an extraordinary work amongst the slaves released by British cruisers and landed at Sierra Leone.

The best measure of the heterogeneousness of the Sierra Leone population is to be found in Mrs. Kilham's vocabularies.

Of the two settlements, already mentioned, the Gambia is the most deadly; though Sierra Leone has the worst name.

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