noun, plural lev·a [lev-uh] /ˈlɛv ə/.
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In an email to the Associated Press, Lev Glendon said, “we have no intention of ever discussing our personal life in this forum.”
A year later, he left the priesthood completely to help Lev Glendon care for their son, who has Down Syndrome.
It was during that time, in 2005, Lev Glendon and Williams had their baby.
Williams and Lev Glendon have refused to comment on their nuptials.
Plus, more ‘How I Write’ interviews with Jennifer Finney Boylan, Antony Beevor and Lev Grossman.
But he hadn't; he war soberer than a church clock; 'twarn't more'n 'lev'n, and he's never drunk 'fore evenin'.
Not one single coleopteran is mentioned; for, although the Hebrew word chargol, which occurs in Lev.
The unclean person, sinning against the seventh commandment, was to be punished with death, Lev.The Divine Right of Church Government|Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London
This has been explained as referring to a portion of the ceremony described in Lev.The Expositor's Bible:The Book of Numbers|Robert A. Watson
The word which is here translated as "Sparrow" is tzippor, the same which is rendered as "bird" in Lev.
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noun plural leva (ˈlɛvə)
Word Origin for lev
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Word Origin and History for lev
monetary unit of Bulgaria, introduced 1881, literally "lion" (see leu).