- n. alternative spelling of Lesbos.
“Try kefalograviera, batsos, kefalotyri, ladotyri from Lesvos and metsovone.”
“As spring approaches, I remember 2 years ago, preparing for my trip to Lesvos.”
“It's followed by a repeat of Aristotle's Lagoon, in which professor Armand Leroi heads to Lesvos, the island teeming with wildlife that inspired Aristotle's first thoughts about biology.”
“When I'm having a bad day, I fly away in my mind to Lesvos.”
“On my return flight today there was fine weather so I got served some beverages and managed to take some pictures of the plane and the view of Mitilini and Lesvos from above.”
“While the reason for such a court case is understandable, if things go sour, the people of Lesvos could potentially lose a lot of business.”
“Recently, it would look as if the residents of Lesvos and the international LGBT community may clash with each other soon enough.”
“On an interesting note, Lesvos is an international hotspot for gay women or “lesbians” from across the globe.”
“While some of the residents of Lesvos can complain, there is the realization that those same people do bring business to the island.”
“To some of the residents of Lesvos, gay women are not “lesbians.””
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