(n.) That which settles at the bottom, as of a cask of liquor (esp. wine); sediment; dregs; -- used now only in the plural.
(n.) A sheltered place; esp., a place protected from the wind by some object; the side sheltered from the wind; shelter; protection; as, the lee of a mountain, an island, or a ship.
(n.) That part of the hemisphere, as one stands on shipboard, toward which the wind blows. See Lee, a.
(a.) Of or pertaining to the part or side opposite to that against which the wind blows; -- opposed to weather; as, the lee side or lee rail of a vessel.
(1) But Lee is mostly just extremely fed up at the exclusion of sex workers’ voices from much of the conversation.
(2) Mike Ashley told Lee Charnley that maybe he could talk with me last week but I said: ‘Listen, we cannot say too much so I think it’s better if we wait.’ The message Mike Ashley is sending is quite positive, but it was better to talk after we play Tottenham.” Benítez will ask Ashley for written assurances over his transfer budget, control of transfers and other spheres of club autonomy, but can also reassure the owner that the prospect of managing in the second tier holds few fears for him.
(3) A review of campylobacter meningitis by Lee et al in 1985 reported nine cases occurring in neonates, of which only one case was caused by C. fetus.
(4) Knapman concluded that the 40-year-old designer, whose full name was Lee Alexander McQueen, "killed himself while the balance of his mind was disturbed".
(5) The talent base in the UK – not just producers and actors but camera and sound – is unparalleled, so I think creativity will continue unabated.” Lee does recognise “massive” cultural differences between the US and UK.
(6) In an ongoing study utilizing a double-blind crossover technique, fourteen Ménière's patients have been evaluated for allergies utilizing the Rinkle and Lee techniques for inhalent and food allergies.
(7) Hardy has a 10in tattoo of Lee along his left shin.
(8) The nucleotide and amino acid sequences of the M RNA of Bunyamwera virus (prototype of the serogroup) and snowshow hare and La Crosse viruses (California serogroup) (Lees et al., 1986; Eshita and Bishop, 1984; Grady et al., 1987) were compared to those of Germiston virus.
(9) After arriving by helicopter from the nearby island of Ulleungdo, Lee said that South Korea "must continue to protect its territory".
(10) The Liverpool manager was incensed by Lee Mason's performance at the Etihad Stadium on Boxing Day, when a 2-1 defeat cost his team the Premier League leadership and Raheem Sterling had a first half goal disallowed for an incorrect offside call.
(11) Newcastle United are “devastated” by their relegation from the Premier League, according to the club’s managing director Lee Charnley.
(12) We were unable to confirm the high frequency of truncated messages of 4.7R in RB tumors reported by Lee et al.
(13) Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian But is theatre even happening in the right places to begin with?
(14) At the front of the march was Lee Cheuk-yan, a former lawmaker of 20 years, carrying a banner calling for Liu’s spirit to inspire people.
(15) Although we found a significant (P lees than .05) average intra-individual variation in the mean values from series to series in the cases of the three enzymes and urea, the magnitude of the inter-series variation in means was relatively small.
(16) My Paul Nuttalls routine has floated back up the U-bend | Stewart Lee Read more Nuttall told Marr that “nothing should be a sacred cow in British politics.
(17) Facebook Twitter Pinterest A Gays Against Guns protester carries a puppet representing congressman Lee Zeldin.
(18) Special prosecutors investigating Park’s relationship with her longtime confidante , Choi Soon-sil, had demanded Lee’s arrest on charges of bribery, embezzlement and perjury.
(19) The fact that they failed to do so is beyond terrible – it’s unconscionable.” Lichter Immigration, where Cintron works, has filed multiple state bar complaints against Taylor Lee & Associates on behalf of five women, including Lourdes Chavez Ramirez.
(20) "Users clearly want the option of being anonymous online and increasingly worry that this is not possible," said Lee Rainie, Director of the Pew Research Center's Internet Project.
(v. t.) To lend; to grant; to permit.
(a.) Smooth; as, the lene breathing.
(a.) Applied to certain mute consonants, as p, k, and t (or Gr. /, /, /).
(n.) The smooth breathing (spiritus lenis).
(n.) Any one of the lene consonants, as p, k, or t (or Gr. /, /, /).
(1) With Lene Mykjaland having rather less room for manoeuvre than before, the Lionesses at least mustered the odd attacking move.
(2) "It's true that there seems to be more and more of these extreme cases of blooming jellyfish," said Lene Moller, a researcher at the Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment.
(3) The Danish foreign minister, Lene Espersen, said she cannot take direct action against Lundbeck because the drug is produced by a plant in Kansas.