- n. Plural form of lev.
“Tax receipts fell more than 27% in the first two months of this year from the year-earlier period, leading the budget deficit to triple to 1.4 billion levs, or $963 million, already 2% of expected full-year GDP, according to the latest data from the finance ministry.”
“Doubts about Bulgaria's budget were first raised by prosecutors investigating more than two billion levs in additional but unpaid costs on a slew of government contracts in 2008 and 2009.”
“Amend., SG 28/82; SG 10/93; amend., SG 92/02 Who, in immediate danger for the life of somebody else, does not come to the assistance which could have been rendered without a danger for himself or for somebody else shall be punished by corrective labour for up to six months or by a fine of one hundred to three hundred levs.”
“(Amend., SG 28/82; SG 10/93; amend., SG 92/02) (1) Who, being obliged by law to render assistance to a body of the authority, private bailiff or deputy bailiff, does not oblige after being duly invited, shall be punished by corrective labour or by a fine of one hundred to three hundred levs.”
“So let's get back to talking about what some of the people there on the ground are saying about what they're witnessing, what's going on, we're getting a lot of this information Josh levs from blogs right, and you're monitoring some of them?”
“Lev -- short for leviathan, used as profanity; levs/leviathans are the whale-sized sentient carnivores who dominate the oceans of Skene, making boat travel perilous or impossible for 500 years”
“D'autres matriaux candidate vent encore dans les phases prcoces d'valuation ou ont t limins, leurs niveaux de persistence tant en effet trop levs.”
“Scaterin levs and bloin of men's hatts; in short, jest "fre as are" out dores.”
“If the bid is successful the price of a bottle of rakia, now an average 8 levs $5.61, will drop by 2-3 levs, Agriculture Minister Miroslav Naidenov said.”
“Prosecutor's strongest aces are Levkov's former business partner Radostin Rusev, who claims to have been defrauded of millons of levs, and the former director of the local National Revenues Agency Petko Dyulgerov, whom Lechkov ousted last year.”
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