noun, plural lev·a [lev-uh]. /ˈlɛv ə/.
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The former priest will wed Elizabeth Lev Glendon in a private wedding at an undisclosed location in the United States.
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.
The Hebrew word is "Peres," a term which only occurs twice when signifying a species of bird; namely, in Lev.Bible Animals;|J. G. Wood
Whale is the same word as whole, and leviathan is radically the lev of elephant.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
It will be observed that Hillel humanizes the law laid down in Lev.Solomon and Solomonic Literature|Moncure Daniel Conway
This extreme conception arose from the accepted though uninspired interpretation of Lev.
For the elaborate ceremonies incident to the cleansing of a recovered leper see Lev.