Did you perchance mean leaf?
“Transmeta made some serious missteps, but its main problem was Intel, which uses its clout to bludgeon any competitor in all sorts of leag and — in my opinion — illegal, anticompetitive ways.”
“Sprint PCS spent over $20B to build a nationwide CDMA2000 network, that Nextel/Flarion can leag-frog for less than $2B.”
“When gue is final after a consonant, a short vowel or a digraph representing a long vowel or a diphthong drop the silent ue: tung, catalog, harang, leag, sinagog.”
“The Saxons at once fought the natives "and offslew many Welsh, and drove some in flight into the wood that is named Andredes-leag," now the Weald of Kent and Sussex.”
“Saxon dynasty it obtained the name of LEICESTER, compounded of _castrum_, or _cester_, from its having been a Roman military station, and _leag_, or _lea_, a pasture surrounded by woods, for such was antiently the scite of the town.”
“[(Oh! no! no! would to God! I) 22 (was an hundred leag) 9 (ues off.)]”
“It's staying up all night looking for a woman that does him in. daraku0404 Today, in Japan, professional baseball leag starts.”
“_lagjan_, to lay, to place; Gael. _lagh_, a law; _leag_, to lie down;”
“[(Our habitation was more eleg) 9.2 (ant than spacious; it was situated about half a leag) 9.2 (ue from the g) 9.2 (r) 2.2 (eat)] TJ”
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