from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. an artificial watercourse, canal or aqueduct, but especially a millrace
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An artificial water trench, esp. one to or from a mill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To leak; pour.
- n. A meeting of cross-roads.
- n. A watercourse or a trench for conveying water to engine- or mill-wheels.
- n. See the quotations.
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This "leat" was left incomplete, the terminus being three miles from St. Paul's; the Governor-General
The Republican Party is not in the leat bit interested in governing, only in ruling.
At leat I like to think that's why he took the time to invite me to breakfast and share his thoughts, as he a did for a lot of us over the years.
Many people may not like it but at leat 2000 people will be working.
Go hifreann leat, Obama, go dtachta an diabhal tu!
Always give them at leat five layers of the “so what” analysis, until you dissect them into quivering jello-like cubes.
With taxes on the richest Americans who control the majority of American wealth at it's lowest point in at leat 60 years and two-thirds of corporations not paying any taxes, why are we not hearing about increasing the amount of revenue the country is generating?
Whereas most conservatives/republicans give at the leat 10% and many even more than 20% … do your homework people b/4 spewing your fake facts.
At leat this guy does not say some of the stupid things the other Repugs say.
Besides, at the very leat, I couldn't pass up an invitation from Neil Young.