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Leno

Dan, original name George Galvin. 1860--1904, British music-hall entertainer, noted esp for his pantomime performances: he died insane

leno

[′lē·nō]
(textiles)
A mesh-weave cotton or cotton-and-polyester fabric made by twisting two warp yarns around each other.
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Vice President Leni Robredo (JUAN CARLO DE VELA / MANILA BULLETIN)
"The LENI myocutaneous flap is a reliable technique for reconstruction of the cutaneous defects of the nose with excellent aesthetic outcomes," Madorsky writes.
Professor Leni Oglesby, centre, with prize-winners from over the years
Un o'r prif gymeriadau yw Vina, merch mae Leni yn ei chyfarfod pan mae ef mewn perygl o gael ei ladd gan gi ar stad Pen Rhiw, rhywle lle na fyddai neb yn mentro iddo ar ol hanner nos, na hyd yn oed cyn hanner nos.
"We can't let Cyprus get into the same situation," Leni entreats.
Robbie Locke, of Howells, added: "It's a fantastic opportunity for the girls to work alongside musicians like Leni and see how they operate."
Leni Schick-Grehl; LOVE WAR & CURLING IRONS; Trafford Publishing (Biographies and Memoirs) $16.95 ISBN: 9781425186531
Leni Riefenstabl: A Life, by Jurgen Trimborn, translated by Edna McCown.
Leni: The Life and Work of Leni Riefenstahl By Steven Bach, Alfred A.
German director Leni Riefenstahl is at once lauded as one of the great documentary filmmakers of all time and reviled as "Hitler's filmmaker," achieving both reputations for her work on the Nazi propaganda films Triumph of the Will and Olympia.
Leni Riefenstahl's career poses an ongoing challenge for anyone who believes artists must bear responsibility for the consequences of their work.
Filmed with hand-held cameras, it tells the story of a Jewish woman, Leni, played by Marian Aguilera, who has come home to Madrid for Passover, to show-off her fiance Rafi to her dysfunctional family.