Leroy


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Le·roy

(lĕ-rwah'),
Edgar August, early 20th-century French physician. See: Fiessinger-Leroy-Reiter syndrome.
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Seen in the various phases of his daily life, he gave the idea of being perfectly well-balanced, as exactly regulated as a Leroy chronometer.
For, happening to mention one night that hers, which Rawdon had given to her, was of English workmanship, and went ill, on the very next morning there came to her a little bijou marked Leroy, with a chain and cover charmingly set with turquoises, and another signed Brequet, which was covered with pearls, and yet scarcely bigger than a half-crown.
Servin became, therefore, for feminine art, a specialty; like Herbault for bonnets, Leroy for gowns, and Chevet for eatables.
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Gundo believes pal will stay at Blues PLUS Pep reveals his 'best ever signing' at City P57-59 ILKAY Gundogan believes his City and Germany team-mate Leroy Sane will remain at the club, despite reported interest from Bayern Munich.
"Leroy had a lot of energy and vision," said his wife, Pauline, who co-pastored the church with her husband.
Synopsis: Invalid teenager Leroy Wiley Gresham left a seven-volume diary spanning the years of secession and the Civil War (1860-1865).
Leroy Merlin shared ideas, advice and solutions on Wednesday with guests from the media during a delightful breakfast at a specially designed summer setting within the store.
"We are really excited to have Leroy coming back in and potentially starting," said Thorman, who confirmed the club are still waiting to hear travel details for head coach Simon Woolford from Australia.
WEST HAM v MAN CITY PEP GUARDIOLA has challenged Leroy Sane to try to emulate Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs.