from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A borough of north-central England northeast of Manchester. Incorporated in 1626, it is a major commercial, transportation, communications, and industrial center. Population: 443,000.
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- proper n. A city in West Yorkshire, England.
- proper n. A village in Kent, the site of Leeds Castle.
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- n. a city on the River Aire in West Yorkshire in northern England; a center of the clothing industry
Liberal electors in Leeds which should prove to the world that the editor of the _Leeds Mercury_ represented nobody but himself in his championship of Forster's cause.
Three or four years earlier a young journeyman printer, named Edward Baines, had tramped across the moors which form the dividing line between Lancashire and Yorkshire, and after walking the whole distance from Preston to Leeds, had found employment in the small printing office in which the _Leeds Mercury_ was produced.
LEEDS, ENGLAND - JULY 24: Umar Gul (R) of Pakistan celebrates with team mate Mohammad Aamer after hitting the winning runs during day four of the 2nd Test between Pakistan and Australia played at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on July 24, 2010 in Leeds, England.
A leading Muslim community worker in Leeds has accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages over a claim on Newsnight that Children in Need money was passed to the 7/7 bombers.
Prosecuting, David Hall said that Kazi, a former imam at Armley jail in Leeds, West Yorkshire, and in Batley Carr, where he lives, had falsified divorce papers and perjured himself by falsely swearing a witness statement for a grant of divorce.
Well sure, I can't speak for all the UK I suppose, but the times I've driven in Leeds, Liverpool, and dear God, London, there was a marked lack of signaling.
Its snowing here in Leeds, so we have been given the day off.
Screen Daily report that the film will shoot for four weeks in Leeds from April 12th.
A quite notorious place in Leeds Yorkshire, its often featured in documentaries as a place NOT to grow up in.
In mine, I was back in Leeds (Alabama; at the corner of Montevallo Rd. and Vivian St. SW, I think), living in a house I know from memory, but have never actually occupied.
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