from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- LochLeven A lake of eastern Scotland north-northwest of Edinburgh. Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned on an island in the lake from 1567 to 1568.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Lightning.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To smite with lightning.
- To flash; shine like lightning.
- n. Lightning.
- n. An obsolete form of leaven.
- n. A lawn; an open space between or among woods.
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Leven is also chief operating officer at Las Vegas Sands.
The portrait of the latter is the one known as the Leven portrait, now in possession of Lady Elizabeth Cartwright.
I wasn’t a real big fan of the show, but since Leven is in it now I’ll be watching!
Where the Loch discharges itself into a river, called the Leven, we passed a night with Mr. Smollet, a relation of Doctor Smollet, to whose memory he has raised an obelisk on the bank near the house in which he was born.
Towards the southern end of the lake, the towering mountains, peak beyond peak, which overlook the lake, subside into hills, between which the stream called Leven-water flows out through
An 'then it was like the song in me gettin' words, an 'it come to me what it all was: How it rilly hadn't been Jennie's funeral so much as it had been' Leven's -- the 'Leven that was.
Las Vegas Sands Chief Operating Officer Mike Leven said in a video interview with a gambling news website last month that the casino operator could make as much as $4 billion from a sale of the 800,000 square-foot shopping mall at Marina Bay Sands.
Over Leven, “Voeding en kanker,” Wachtkamertijdschrift van de Nederlandse Kankerbestrijding 9, no.
"People are giving up on the trade," said Morgan Stanley foreign-exchange analyst Ron Leven .
They quickly bought them back in January, as global growth expectations improved, said Ron Leven , a currency strategist at Morgan Stanley in New York.