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lek

(lĕk)
n.
1. A location where male animals of the same species gather and often present displays and where females go to select a male to mate with.
2. A group of males gathered at such a place.
intr.v. lekked, lekking, leks
1. To have a mating system in which males form leks: mammals that lek.
2. To participate in a lek.

lek

a communal display area of some birds such as black grouse, ruff, which is removed from the normal breeding and feeding grounds.
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Leke and Swaniker started the event off, as is their custom, by emphasising the importance of leadership and the responsibility which lies within this current generation if Africa is to realise its potential.
Coach (Tony Cordani) wanted me to get the ball in the post,'' Leke said.
3-point goals: QUA William Watkins, Dillon Antonopoulos 2, Ben Wisniewski; HOP Brian Espanet 3, Asong Leke 3, Sam Lawrence, Kevin Lynch.
We're a fourth-quarter team,'' Leke said, "but that last minute felt
Espanet finished with 12 points -- matching Leke and seniors Sam Lawrence and Kevin Bresciani for team-high honors -- to go along with 9 rebounds, 3 steals, 2 blocks, and a sore thigh after an accidental collision late in the game.
3-point goals: WC Ian Haire, Spencer Gorman 4, Cam Sutherland, Chris Tulley; H Kevin Lynch 3, Asong Leke 2.
Hopedale 62, Whitinsville Christian 52: Asong Leke had 20 points and Kevin Bresciani 17 to help the No.
Hopedale, which sports an experienced squad, is led by starters Kevin Bresciani, a senior captain, seniors Sam Lawrence, Asong Leke and Kevin Lynch, and sophomore Brian Espanet.
Hopedale 66, Maynard 58: Brian Espanet had 15 points, Kevin Bresciani added 14 points and Asong Leke scored 10 to help the No.
Leke Alder and other distinguished Nigerians are billed to speak at the 5th edition of the Annual Nation Building Workshop hosted by the Apostles in the Market Place (AiMP) Network.
Scores Group B: At Lincoln 3, Christchurch: Australia 370-8, 50 overs (Nathan McSweeney 156, Jason Sangha 88, Param Uppal 61; James Tau 2-42, Leke Morea 2-59, Sema Kamea 2-63, Daure Aiga 2-89) bt PNG 59 all out, 24.