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Leigh (UK Parliament constituency)

Leigh is a constituency in Greater Manchester represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2001 by Andy Burnham of the Labour Party, who has served as Shadow Home Secretary since 13 September 2015.

Leigh (Greater Manchester)

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Leigh (name)

Leigh is both a surname and a given name meaning meadow. Notable people with the name include:

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Leigh, NE -- U.S. village in Nebraska

Population (2000): 442
Housing Units (2000): 212
Land area (2000): 0.603542 sq. miles (1.563166 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.005026 sq. miles (0.013016 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.608568 sq. miles (1.576182 sq. km)
FIPS code: 26560
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 41.704544 N, 97.237586 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 68643
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Headwords:
Leigh, NE
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Wiktionary

leigh

n. A meadow.

Usage examples of "leigh".

In addition to the pass, the adjoint had given Leigh a note to his cousin.

Leigh, we will ride over and call upon some of our neighbours to hear the last news, for the Bocage is as far away from Nantes as if it were on the other side of France, and we hear only vague rumours of what is going on here.

The head cellarman had gone round the place with him and his master, and Leigh at once went to him.

Whereupon, with a serene and cheerful countenance, up rose the mighty form of Amyas Leigh, a head and shoulders above his tormentor, and that slate descended on the bald coxcomb of Sir Vindex Brimblecombe, with so shrewd a blow that slate and pate cracked at the same instant, and the poor pedagogue dropped to the floor, and lay for dead.

It occurred to Leigh that this man might know Emmet well, and when the car came in, he stood on the back platform for the purpose of engaging him in talk that might help him in his project.

A philosopher once said that every man has in him at least one poem which he could write under the stress of great emotion, and that night Leigh unconsciously exemplified the truth of the saying.

That they might then ask to stay behind at Leigh Abbey was a risk, but Jennet did not believe it was a very great one.

A few hours later, Jennet and Mark met by arrangement in the ornamental gardens on the south side of Leigh Abbey.

The steward at Leigh Abbey was always complaining that Jennet lurked in the corners, listening to her betters when she should be concentrating on her chores.

Secasia or other world of the Asterion Hegemony, who will, under the provisions of the Tabiran Laws and the decree of the Hegemon, act as guardian for this woman, Silence Leigh, granddaughter and heir of Bodua Kesar Leigh, provided thereby that guardianship is not taken away from any legal guardian?

Secasia or other world of the Asterion Hegemony, who will, under the provisions of the Tibiran Laws and the decree of the Hegemon, act as guardian for this woman, Silence Leigh, granddaughter and heir to Bodua Kesar Leigh, provided thereby that guardianship is not taken away from any legal guardian?

Sergeant Stephen Odum, Sergeant Michael Holland, police officer Joe Anderson, and to fellow writers, Susan Domingos, Elaine Avila, David Wimsett, Valerie Perry, Deb Cooksey, Diane Holt, Barbara Mchugh, Eric Roher, Marilyn Day, Heather King, John Meeker, Leon Tsao, Paul Diebels, Carl Gonser, Stephen Linsley, Annagret Ogden, Donna Gillespie, Donal Brown, Bruce Hartford, Bob Hunt, Brad Newsham and Leigh Anne Varney.

The property seems about 1637 to have been let to one John Leigh, and in 1651 was held by a member of the Petre family.

She shuddered, reeled, then fell weeping on the bosom, not of Salvation Yeo, but of Amyas Leigh.

Leigh, will be for us to change the louis for assignats at the first opportunity.