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LEOLow-Earth Orbit
LEOLow Earth Orbit
LEOLeopard (German tank)
LEOLaw Enforcement Officer
LEOLaw Enforcement Online
LEOLink Everything Online
LEOLiteracy Education Online
LEOLaw Enforcement Organization
LEOLyons Electronic Office
LEOLong-term Ecosystem Observatory
LEOLaw Enforcement Office (National Park Service)
LEOLaunch and Early Orbit
LEOLeadership Experience Opportunity
LEOLocal Exchange Officer
LEOLeading Empowered Organisations (leadership initiative, nursing)
LEOLose Electrons Oxidation
LEOLet Export Order
LEOLeaders of East Orlando (Florida, USA)
LEOLow Energy Orbit
LEOListen, Enrich, Optimize (business consulting process)
LEOLow Elliptical Orbit
LEOLogistics and Engineering Operations
LEOLocal Exchange Order
LEOLabour Enforcement Officer (India)
LEOLake Environmental Outreach
LEOLingua Et Opinio (electronic journal; German)
LEOLearn English Online
References in classic literature ?
Leo Hunter, playfully tapping the editor's arm with her fan (Minerva with a fan
Leo Hunter, bestowing another tap on the slumbering lion of the Eatanswill GAZETTE.
Leo Hunter to a well-whiskered individual in a foreign uniform, who was passing by.
Leo Hunter, 'Pig Vig or Big Vig--what you call--lawyer--eh?
Leo Hunter's recitation of her far-famed 'Ode to an Expiring Frog,' which was encored once, and would have been encored twice, if the major part of the guests, who thought it was high time to get something to eat, had not said that it was perfectly shameful to take advantage of Mrs.
Leo Hunter, as she placed the aforesaid lions around her.
Leo Hunter, 'how anxiously I have been expecting him.
Leo Hunter's proffered hand, when his eyes encountered the indignant orbs of Mr.
Leo Hunter, 'to whom I very much want to introduce you.
In the world of the 1532 Furioso, Leo X is no longer himself, or even the caricatured object of Ariosto's ressentiment -- he is a figuration of the bestial abuse of power and the monstrous ingratitude of patrons.
Wonder no more: Many of those beautiful shoes are made by Leo, an Argentinean woman who runs a family-owned shoe factory out of her home on the outskirts of Buenos Aires.
After marrying Leo, she went on to become his secretary and was active in several charitable organizations, including Deborah Hospital.