from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Leonard, Ray Charles Known as "Sugar Ray.” Born 1956. American boxer who won the 1976 Olympic light welterweight title. He held five world titles as both a welterweight and middleweight between 1979 and 1987.
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- proper n. A male given name.
- proper n. A surname derived from the given name. Also used as an anglicisation of the Irish Ó Leannáin (Lennon).
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- n. United States writer of thrillers (born in 1925)
The final flight of Marvin Leonard is not yet home, but his family hopes for one small measure of peace today at Arlington National Cemetery.
But in her announcement Thursday, Lingle focused on what she called Leonard's "great character and strong intellect," her writing skills and "a true commitment to the rule of law."
On Saturday, as Justin Leonard was lining up a tricky putt, Miller said there was no one better to make the putt, describing Leonard's stroke as "born in heaven."
The team acquired Brian Leonard from the St. Louis Rams to help on third down.
At the same time, I am heartened that Portland City Commissioner Randy Leonard is advancing proposals to provide greater citizen oversight over the Portland Police Bureau.
Commissioner Leonard is to be commended for stepping into a leadership void while the rest of the Council avoids the difficult issues.
Do not forget -- Sam Adam's buddy, Randy Leonard, is the one who first suggested that Kroger investigate Adams.
Leonard is my least favorite city commissioner, and many who comment here probably feel that way too.
For those thinking that Leonard is easy pickings, recall that his views, tendencies, and personality were all well known last year, and yet he didn't attract a single credible election challenger.
Commissioner Leonard is ignoring common sense, reams of evidence, and even personal warnings from other politicians that similar plans have failed elsewhere.