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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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Arsenal trailed to Ivan Cavaleiro's 13th-minute opener and Leno kept Wolves at bay for the rest of the half before producing a huge save to stop minutes before Mkhitaryan's leveller.
Gunners boss Unai Emery said: "Leno's performance was very high.
Leno will move for a reported fee of 22 million euros (25.5
A re e re ka pula e tsweletse ka go gosomana mo dikgaolong tse di farologaneng tsa lefatshe leno, ke sone se batho ba rotloetswang go ya mo dikokelong le dikokelwana tsa metse ya bone go ya go itlhatlhobela bolwetse jwa Malaria le bolwetse jwa letshololo.
Leno quietly acquired the car about a decade ago and sent it to Ema, who removed the hideous convertible body and built from scratch an entirely new body that is incredibly accurate to the original.
Leno spoke to The Associated Press after a panel at the Television Critics Association summer meeting at which he discussed his new CNBC show, "Jay Leno's Garage," premiering Oct.
From the moment he embarked on the bare stage, Leno was revved up and ready to go and was running in high gear for the next hour and 24 minutes.
Leno, after all, was known as the comic's comic before "The Tonight Show" rigmarole--the guy who not only toured constantly, but who could be counted on to make appearances on Letterman's show, and hit it out of the park time and again.
Prize spokesman David Rubenstein said of Twain and Leno that no one was too high or too low to escape their wit.
PPHE was granted a charge over shares in Leno representing 63% of Leno's share capital as a guarantee.
(2010) The War for Late Night: When Leno Went Early and Television Went Crazy.