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a line joining two prominent points in the landscape, thought to be the line of a prehistoric track
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The Cambodian-Australian community welcomed the widow and children of murdered political analyst Kem Ley at a ceremony in Melbourne on Saturday, after which they also burned effigies of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Ley's widow, Bou Rachana, said she was moved to tears by the outpouring of support.
Cambodian-Australian activist Va Malina said scores of people attended the event, including Australia's shadow attorney general Mark Dreyfus, and prayers were made for Ley's soul and for his family.
Undeterred, Robert Ley (1890-1945), the energetic if erratic leader of the German Labor Front (Deutsche Arbeitsfront or DAF), proposed a revolutionary plan that would transform German society into a people's community (Volksgemeinschaft), repudiating the Enlightenment ideas that had shaped European history for over two centuries.
Robert Ley's struggle to revolutionize German society by reforming its social insurance system has been addressed by a surprising number of scholars, usually as part of discussions of other topics.
Leys School Tesco Express, in Hollowell Road, Brownsover, kindly donated the ingredients and it meant that all the children got to try a pancake.
Race Leys Infant School Brownsover Community School
On another continent, worries among those eagerly awaiting the Leys' arrival began to percolate.
The urgency of the Leys' departure meant they could not say a final farewell at the airport as planned.
A Dell laptop and pounds 125 was stolen from a house in Orson Leys, while pounds 15 was taken from a home in Norton Leys.
Considered an expert on all things scientifically space-related, Ley also had an interesting career as a pulp fiction writer, capturing the hearts, minds, and imaginations of an entire generation.
But the text also shows how, as astronauts became all the rage, eccentrics like Ley came to be ignored by the public and historians alike.