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Lé·vy

(lā-vē'),
Gabrielle, French neurologist, 1886-1935. See: Roussy-Lévy disease, Roussy-Lévy syndrome.
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True to the rumor, Ward Valley levied the assessment.
And beyond him again there is tribute to be levied from the Cham of Tartary and from the kingdom of Cathay.
In those days, groups of predatory individuals controlled all the means of transportation, and for the use of same levied toll upon the public.
For most of us, too, the interest it had has vanished, as many of the people at whom Pope levied his malice are forgotten, or only remembered because he made them famous by adding their names to his roll of dunces.
But for every benefit which you receive, a tax is levied.
It was as much injured by its charges in fitting out an armament against the Spaniards, during the time of the Armada, as by the fines and confiscations levied on it by Elizabeth for harbouring of priests, obstinate recusancy, and popish misdoings.
An' the union took time by the neck and levied a four dollar emergency assessment on every member just to be ready if the strike was pulled off.