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Lé·vy

(lā-vē'),
Gabrielle, French neurologist, 1886-1935. See: Roussy-Lévy disease, Roussy-Lévy syndrome.
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Reiterating the demand for return of mortal remains of both martyrs, he said, India must bear in mind that no law in the world justifies harbouring any enmity towards the slain and to return the mortal remains to families is a 7moral responsibility levied upon it.
The ones often cited include the following: Oats: a grain which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people; Monsieur: a term of reproach for a Frenchman; Lexicographer: a writer of dictionaries; a harmless drudge that busies himself in tracing the original and detailing the signification of words; Excise: a hateful tax levied upon commodities and adjudged not by the common judges of property but wretches hired by those to whom excise is paid; pension: an allowance made to anyone without an equivalent.
A Tory government is always under pressure from its supporters and financial contributors not to delve too deeply into the procedures by which enormous wealth is accumulated by them but virtually every month that passes sees another fine being levied upon (the shareholders of) one or more of our major banks.
(An estate tax is levied against the estate of the decedent, whereas an inheritance tax is levied upon the property received by a beneficiary of an estate.)
A big responsibility is levied upon United nations to implement its resolutions, he concluded.
The price of gasoline, vehicles, cigarettes, alcohol and other goods in Turkey is extremely high compared to neighboring countries, mainly due to heavy taxes that are levied upon these goods.
Likewise, in free zones, no customs duty is levied upon the exportation of goods outside of the free zones.
We must maintain an active dialogue on ethics--of our values, of the special trust levied upon the Supply Corps family, and of what we as a community view as good, right, and honorable.
In 1590, a tax called millones was levied upon olive oil--as well as wine, meat and vinegar.
The charge levied upon Spurs' supporters by West Ham yesterday - they had to fork out PS55 to watch proceedings at Upton Park - means that the average fan needs to earn PS80 before tax to get their football fix.
PPP being liberal, pro-left and largely poor's party can play pivotal role in changing the circumstances of the masses if it is able to get rid of the blames levied upon it.
For the artist to represent something in a fresh way and for the viewer to see it anew, each must acknowledge the power levied upon him or her by long-standing visual classification systems.