Levey

Lev·ey

(lev'ē),
S., 20th-century U.S. statistician. See: Levey-Jennings chart.
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IA glitzy new nightclub called La Dolce Vita, it was the brainchild of three Wallsend businessmen brothers - David, Marcus and Norman Levey.
The family of Dawn Levey paid affectionate tribute to her following the fire at the groundfloor flat in Haig Avenue last Tuesday around 1.
Levey created the TFI office when he came to the Treasury in 2004.
In a textbook for undergraduate students of language acquisition, Levey tries to explain complex concepts at that level, and presents an integrated view of the various factors that play an important role in children's acquisition of language.
Beautifully written and illustrated for children ages 3 to 6 by Emma Levey, "Hattie Peck: The Journey Home" is poignant story about family and differences, making hard decisions, letting go and inclusion.
Mr Levey said: "We don't know that he benefited financially from this.
Ed Levey, for the Solicitors' Regulatory Authority, said: "We don't know that he benefited financially from this.
AS A former work-rider at Ballydoyle, Sean Levey knows the qualities required of an Investec Derby winner.
Douglas and her partners, Donna Renna, and Barbara Levey, and their assistant, Leonard Cicio, were previously with Corcoran for 15 years, where they were consistently ranked among the firm's top agents nationally.
Sean Levey moved through stylishly before kicking three lengths clear of Jim Bolger's apparent second-string Special Focus with Promised Money third.
Told through the lens of the museum's associate content producer Morgan Levey, this episode of SFMOMA Artcasts follows Levey; Peter Samis, associate curator of interpretation; and Kos 7,200 feet above sea level to learn more about his conceptual art practice.
This collaborative work by Joel and Michelle Levey is extraordinarily well written, organized and presented.