Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A river rising in western Austria and flowing about 265 km (165 mi) generally north to the Danube River in southern Germany.

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Examples

  • I come from the country that had its own Jack, complete with defiant moustache and charisma, though ours was called Lech and his revolution was much more bloody.

    Jowita Bydlowska: Solidarity -- From Lech to Jack

  • I come from the country that had its own Jack, complete with defiant moustache and charisma, though ours was called Lech and his revolution was much more bloody.

    Jowita Bydlowska: Solidarity -- From Lech to Jack

  • With the fall of the Berlin Wall and the leadership of people such as Lech Wałęsa in Poland and Haclav Havel in the Czech Republic, formerly communist lands would join NATO and become allies of the United States. to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the wall coming down.

    And Rightly So...

  • "I tried to call Lech and then got the signal that the call couldn't get through.

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  • Former Polish president and Solidarity labor leader Lech Walesa declined an invitation to meet with Mr. Obama and Polish political leaders on Saturday.

    Obama Meets With European Leaders In Poland

  • Former Polish president and Solidarity labor leader Lech Walesa declined an invitation to meet with Mr. Obama and Polish political leaders on Saturday.

    Obama Meets With European Leaders In Poland

  • In contrast to the warm welcome President Obama received in other European capitals, former Polish president and fellow Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa has turned down an invitation to meet the U.S. leader saying it did "not suit" him.

    Obama Heads to Poland, Concluding European Tour

  • Hours before Obama arrived, Polish headlines were dominated by news that he was being snubbed by legendary Solidarity founder Lech Walesa, who said he was refusing to meet with Obama.

    Obama in Poland to honor history, boost ties

  • In contrast to the warm welcome President Obama received in other European capitals, former Polish president and fellow Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa has turned down an invitation to meet the U.S. leader saying it did "not suit" him.

    Obama Heads to Poland, Concluding European Tour

  • Former Polish president and Solidarity labor leader Lech Walesa declined an invitation to meet with Mr. Obama and Polish political leaders on Saturday.

    Obama Meets With European Leaders In Poland

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