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Leik Myrabo Leik Myrabo is an aerospace engineering professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute who has demonstrated the feasibility of using ground-based lasers to propel objects into orbit; possibly reducing orbit-flight costs by a factor of 1000.
Leila Abouzeid Leila Abouzeid (Arabic: Ů„ŮŠŮ„Ř© ŘŁŘ¨Ů Ř˛ŮŠŘŻ) is a Moroccan author. She is a pioneer among her Moroccan contemporaries in that she writes in Arabic rather than in French and is the first Moroccan woman writer of literature to be translated into English.
Leila Ahmed Leila Ahmed is an Egyptian American professor of Women's Studies and Religion at the Harvard Divinity School. Prior to coming to Harvard, she was professor of womenâ€™s studies and Near Eastern studies at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Leila Arab Leila (real name: Leila Arab) is an Iranian musician who moved to London after the 1979 Iranian Revolution. She has worked with prominent European musicians such as BjĂ¶rk, and has released music on both Richard D.
Leila Barros Leila started competing in Volleyball at 15. She switched to Beach Volleyball in July 2001, but returned to the indoor courts in 2003 in a bid to make the Brazilian National team for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Leila Boyle Leila June Boyle (Cr), BSc (Statistics), is a New Zealand politician and statistician. She is a member of the Labour Party, and currently serves as a Councillor on the Auckland City Council representing the Tamaki-Maungakiekie ward.
Leila Haaparanta Leila Tuulikki Haaparanta (nĂ©e Taiminen) (born 20th October 1954, Kalvola, Finland) is a Finnish philosopher, and Professor of Philosophy at the Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Philosophy at Tampere University, Finland.
Leila Khaled Leila Khaled ( ; born April 9, 1944) is a former member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), part of the secular, leftwing Palestinian rejectionist front. She is currently a member of the Palestinian National Council.
Leila Sansour Leila Sansour is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Open Bethlehem, a non-governmental foundation established to promote and protect the life and heritage of the city of Bethlehem. Sansour developed the Bethlehem Passport in partnership with the city council and governor of Bethlehem.
Leila Shahid Leila Shahid (born in Beirut in 1949) is, since november 2005, the envoy of Palestine to the European Commission in Brussels. Before that, she was the official representative of the PLO, then the PA, in France, where she had taken office in Paris in 1994.
Leila Shenna Leila Shenna (Arabic: Ů„ŮŠŮ„Ř© Ř´Ů†Ů‘Ř©), (born Morocco) is a Moroccan former actress who featured on film mostly in the 1970s. She is perhaps best known for her small appearance as the private plane hostess and James Bond's love interest in the 1979 film Moonraker.
Leila Tong Leila Tong Ling (Traditional Chinese: ĺ”ĺŻ§) (born December 5, 1981), born Pauline Kong (Traditional Chinese: ć±źéş—ĺ¨ś), is an actress in Hong Kong. Her birth name is used in her works during her childhood and adolescence.
Leilani Dowding Leilani Dowding (born 30 January, 1979 in Bournemouth, Dorset, England) is a Page Three girl, glamour model, television celebrity, and former beauty queen. She is biracial, with an English father and a Filipina mother.
Leilani Muir Leilani Marietta Muir (previously named Leilani Marie Scorah) (born July 15, 1944, in Calgary) was the first person to file a successful law suit against the province of Alberta, Canada for wrongful sterilization under the Sexual Sterilization Act of Alberta. Her case had, in turn, led to the initiation of several other subsequent class action suits against the province for wrongful sterilization.
Leily Nahary Leily Nahary (often varied as Leily Nhary, Leily Nehary) is Amr Diab's album released in the summer of 2004 after much anticipation. The album contains 10 tracks as listed below, with one music video for "Leily Nehary", which was directed by Cameron Casey.
Leimgruber-Batcho indole synthesis The Leimgruber-Batcho indole synthesis is a series of organic reactions that produce indoles from o-nitrotoluenes 1. The first step is the formation of an enamine 2 using N,N-dimethylformamide dimethyl acetal and pyrrolidine.
Leina Ogihara Leina Ogihara is a female actress. One of her more well-known appearances was playing the part of a hard rock fan in the music video for the song Hard Rock Hallelujah, which was performed by rock band Lordi and won Eurovision 2006.
Leinefelde-Worbis Leinefelde-Worbis is a town in the district of Eichsfeld, in northwestern Thuringia, Germany. The town was formed on March 16, 2004, from the former independent towns Leinefelde and Worbis along with the municipalities of Breitenbach and Wintzingerode.
Leiner Health Products Leiner Health Products is a company based in Carson, California, and is one of America's largest manufacturers of vitamins, minerals, herbal nutritional supplements, and generic medications. It was founded in 1973, and is owned by North Castle Partners, a private investment firm from Connecticut.
Leineschloss The Leineschloss (English: Leine Castle) is the former residence of the Hanoverian kings and the current seat of the Lawor Saxon diet. It was built in the 12th century as a Franciscan monastery, which was abandoned in 1533 after the Protestant Reformation.
Leinster Leinster (; Irish: Laighin or Laigin, ), one of the Provinces of Ireland, lies in the east of Ireland and comprises the counties of Carlow, Dublin, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Longford, Louth, Meath, Offaly, Westmeath, Wexford and Wicklow. Leinster has the largest population of the four provinces of Ireland.
Leinster GAA The Leinster Council is the governing body for the Gaelic Athletic Association sports of hurling, Gaelic football, camogie, rounders and handball in the province of Leinster. The Leinster Council has been partnered with the European County Board to help develop Gaelic Games in Europe.
Leinster House Leinster House is the former ducal residence in Dublin of the Duke of Leinster, that has served since 1922 as the parliament building of the Irish Free State and the Republic of Ireland. It served as the headquarters of the Royal Dublin Society until 1922.
Leinster Junior Football Championship The Leinster Junior Football Championship is a junior "knockout" competition in the game of Gaelic football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council.
Leinster Junior Football Championship 2007 The 2007 Leinster Junior Football Championship is the Junior "knockout" competition in the game of football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council.
Leinster Minor Football Championship The Leinster Minor Football Championship is the Minor "knockout" competition in the game of Gaelic football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council.
Leinster Minor Football Championship 2007 The 2007 Leinster Minor Football Championship is the Minor "knockout" competition in the game of football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council.
Leinster Rugby The Irish Rugby Football Union Leinster Branch (also known as Leinster Rugby) is one of four branches of the IRFU, and is responsible for rugby union in the Irish province of Leinster. The branch is also responsible for the Leinster team (previously known for a period as the Leinster Lions; see below), which plays in national and international competitions.
Leinster Senior Football Championship The Leinster Senior Football Championship (known for sponsorship reasons as the Bank of Ireland Leinster Championship) is the premier "knockout" competition in the game of football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council and are played during the summer months.
Leinster U21 Football Championship 2007 The 2007 Leinster U21 Football Championship is the U21 "knockout" competition in the game of football played in the province of Leinster in Ireland. The series of games are organised by the Leinster Council.
Leioa Leioa (Lejona was the earlier Spanish-language name) is a municipality in Biscay, Basque Country, in northern Spain. Today it is part of the Bilbao conurbation, and it is the name of a metro station in the Bilbao metro.
Leiodidae Leiodidae is a family of beetles with around 2000 described species found worldwide. Members of this family are commonly called round fungus beetles due to the globular shape of many species, although some are more elongated in shape.
Leiper Railroad A horse drawn railroad that operated between 1810 and 1828 in what is now Nether Providence Township, Pennsylvania -- it was replaced by a canal, remnants of which are still visible. It was the first documented rail road in America.
Leipsoi Leipsoi (Greek: Î›ÎµÎąĎÎżÎŻ, also: Lipsi) is an island south of Samos and to the north of Leros in Greece. It is well serviced with ferries passing between Patmos and Leros and on the main route for ferries from Piraeus.
Leipzig  (Sorbian/Lusatian: Lipsk) is the largest city in the federal state of Saxony in Germany with a population of over 504,000. The name is derived from the Slavic word Lipsk, which means "settlement where the linden trees stand".
Leipzig class cruiser The Leipzig class was a class of light cruisers of the German Kriegsmarine, consisting of two ships named after German cities, Leipzig and NĂĽrnberg. The Leipzig class, an improved K class cruiser, was the last class of light cruisers built by Germany.
Leipzig Trial The Leipzig Trial, also known as the Reichstag Fire Trial, involved three Bulgarian men: Georgi Dimitrov, Vasil Tanev and Blagoi Popov. The purpose of the trial was for Nazi Germany to determine that the Reichstag fire was a result of Comintern, an international communist organization.
Leipzig Zoological Garden The Leipzig Zoological Garden, or the Leipzig Zoo, was opened in Leipzig, Germany on June 9, 1878. It was taken over by the city of Leipzig in 1920 after World War I and now covers about 225,000 mÂ˛ and contains more than 2,000 animals of 500 different species.
Leipziger Land Leipziger Land is a district in the Free State of Saxony, Germany. It is bounded by (from the north and clockwise) the districts of Delitzsch, the district-free city Leipzig, Muldentalkreis, Mittweida, the district Altenburger Land in Thuringia, and the districts Burgenlandkreis, WeiĂźenfels and Merseburg-Querfurt in Saxony-Anhalt.
Leirvik Leirvik is the centre of the municipality of Stord in Hordaland, Norway. Leirvik is also the regional centre of Sunnhordland, and has many public services and offices such as the regional court and the Sunnhordland Folkemuseum.
Leisha Harvey Leisha Teresa Harvey (born April 4 1947) is an Australian politician. She was a National Party of Australia member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly from 1983 to 1989, representing the electorate of Greenslopes.
Leishmania Leishmania is a genus of trypanosome protozoa, and is the parasite responsible for the disease leishmaniasis. It is spread through sandflies of the genus Phlebotomus in the Old World, and of the genus Lutzomyia in the New World.
Leisler's Rebellion Leisler's Rebellion was an uprising in late 17th century colonial New York, in which militia captain Jacob Leisler seized control of lower New York from 1689 to 1691. The uprising, which occurred in the midst of Britain's "Glorious Revolution," reflected colonial resentment against the policies of King James II.
Leisure Leisure is one's discretionary time spent in non-compulsory activities, time spent away from cares and toils. Because leisure time is free from compulsory activities such as employment, running a business, household chores, education, day-to-day stress, eating, and sleeping, it is often referred to as "free time".
Leisure activity vehicle A leisure activity vehicle is a small van, generally related to a supermini, with a second or sometimes a third seat row, and a large, tall boot and tailgate. They have become popular in Europe in the 1990s as a cheaper and roomier alternative to small family cars.
Leisure and Allied Industries Leisure and Allied industries is an importer and distrubutor of arcade and prize redemption machine in the Australasia region of the world with its headquarters located in Northbridge, Perth, Australia. Leisure Line is the name of its monthly magazine that was issued to its customers.
Leisure and Cultural Services Department The Leisure and Cultural Services Department () , often abbreviated as LCSD, is a department in the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. It reports to the Home Affairs Bureau, headed by the Secretary for Home Affairs.
Leisure centre A leisure centre in the UK is a site, usually owned and operated by the borough or district council, where people go to keep fit or relax. Facilities may include a swimming pool, sports hall, squash courts, cafeteria, bar, fitness suite, aerobic studios, outdoor grass/artificial pitches, solarium, sauna or steam room.
Leisure industry The development of concepts like the eight-hour day and the limited working week has meant that modern industrial mankind has increasingly the need to occupy itself outside sleep and work. The leisure industry has arisen to cater for the spending of this time.
Leisure studies Leisure Studies is a branch of the social sciences and academic major that focuses on understanding and analyzing leisure. Tourism, Outdoor Recreation (Parks), and Healthy Leisure Practices are common topics of leisure research.
Leisure suit A leisure suit is a fashion of the 1970s, consisting of a shirtlike jacket and matching pants Frequently the fabric used was double knit polyester], though not all fashions using this fabric are automatically leisure wear. In fact, the fashion has some precedent in styles of the 70s and earlier, but only became popular when -- with the creation and popularization of synthetic materials -- unprecedented cheapness met with a culture that had come to hate formality.
Leisure Suit Larry Leisure Suit Larry is the title character of a series of adult adventure games written by Al Lowe and published by Sierra On-Line from the 1980s to the present. The character, whose full name is Larry Laffer, is a balding, dorky, double entendre speaking, leisure suit-wearing (but still somewhat lovable) "loser" in his 40s who spends much of his life trying (usually unsuccessfully) to seduce attractive women.
Leisure Suit Larry 8: Lust in Space Leisure Suit Larry 8, tentatively subtitled Lust in Space, was a computer game part of the Leisure Suit Larry series, which was in full development in 1998 until funding was cut. Shortly afterwards, Sierra's adventure games department was disbanded and Al Lowe left Sierra on February 22,1999.
Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards is a computer game which was released in 1987, the first part of the Leisure Suit Larry series. It was a completely graphical adventure games with 16 color EGA graphics.
Leisure Village West-Pine Lake Park, New Jersey Leisure Village West-Pine Lake Park is a census-designated place and unincorporated area located within Manchester Township, in Ocean County, New Jersey. As of the United States 2000 Census, the CDP population was 11,085.
LeisureJet LeisureJet is a planned airline based in Australia that would operate low-fare routes from Sydney and Melbourne to destinations in South-East Asia and Europe. It was established in April 2004 Flight International 5-11 April 2005, .
Leisureland Fair Leisureland Fair is a now defunct amusement park in Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia which operated from approximately 1984 to 1992. It is now a housing estate with the only reference to it being a street named after it.
Leitartikel Leitartikel (Leading Article) op. 273 is a waltz composed by Johann Strauss II in 1863 and first performed at the Vienna's Artists and Journalists' Association ball called 'Concordia' which glorifies the Roman goddess of civic harmony on 19 January 1863.
Leith Athletic F.C. Leith Athletic Football Club are a football (soccer) club from Edinburgh in Scotland. They were formed in 1996 primarily as a club for boys football, with teams at various age groups between five and twenty-one years of age.
Leith Burghs (UK Parliament constituency) Leith Burghs was a district of burghs constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1832 to 1918. The constituency represented the parliamentary burghs of Leith, Musselburgh and Portobello.
Leith Hill Leith Hill to the south west of Dorking, Surrey, England, reaches 294 metres (965 feet) above sea level, the highest point on the North Downs, and is either the highest or second highest point in south-east England, depending on whether one counts Walbury Hill near Newbury, Berkshire, which is 297 metres (974 feet) high, as being in south-east England. One can see woods, rhododendrons, bluebells and magnificent views from the many walks.
Leith, Ontario The unincorporated village of Leith, named after Leith, Scotland, is located at 44Â° 37' 31" N 80Â° 52' 35" W on the eastern shore of the Owen Sound, an inlet (sound) on the south shore of Georgian Bay on Lake Huron, about 9 km northeast of the city of Owen Sound, Ontario in Canada. Leith was established on the Telfer Creek where it empties into the sound.
Leitha The Leitha (German: Leitha; Hungarian: Lajta; Czech and Slovak: Litava) is a river in Central Europe with a length of approximately 180 km. It is formed in eastern Austria at the confluence of two headstreams (Schwarza and Pitten).
Leithaprodersdorf Leithaprodersdorf, also (Leitha-Prodersdorf; Hungarian: LajtapordĂˇny, Lajtha-PordĂˇny) is an Austrian town located in the Eisenstadt-Umgebung district (Bezirk) of the state of Burgenland. The town is located on Burgenland's northern border with NiederĂ¶sterreich, near the Burgenlandian capital of Eisenstadt.
Leithen Water Leithen Water is a tributary of the River Tweed in Scotland. It joins it near the town of Innerleithen, whose name comes from the Scottish Gaelic inbhir, meaning a confluence, and anglicised as "inner" or "inver".
Leitch's Station Leitch's Station was the first settlement in Campbell County, Kentucky, USA, now the City of Wilder, Kentucky on the Licking River. It was located six miles south of the mouth of the Licking and was named for Major David Leitch (1753-1794), who was given the land for his service in the the American Revolutionary War.
Leitkultur The German language term Leitkultur is a politically controversial concept, first introduced in 1998 by the German orientalist Bassam Tibi. It can be translated as 'guiding culture' or 'leading culture', less literally as 'core culture' or 'basic culture'.
Leitneria Leitneria floridana (Corkwood), the sole species in the genus Leitneria, is a deciduous dioecious shrub or small tree, found only in the southeastern United States states of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Missouri and Texas.
Leitra The Leitra is the name of a company, and the velomobile it makes, a speedy, shielded recumbent bicycle (or in this case tricycle) for use in diverse weather conditions, and has been in commercial production in Denmark since 1983. The design is based on the Swedish Fantom.
Leitrim (DĂˇil Ă‰ireann constituency) Leitrim is a former parliamentary constituency represented in DĂˇil Ă‰ireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas. Covering the whole of County Leitrim and part of County Sligo, it existed from 1937 to 1948.
Leitrim GAA The Leitrim County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association (Irish: Cumann LĂşthchleas Gael Coiste Chontae Liatroma) or Leitrim GAA is one of the 32 county boards of the GAA in Ireland, and is responsible for Gaelic Games in County Leitrim. The county board is also responsible for the Leitrim inter-county football, hurling, camogie and ladies football teams.
Leitrim-Roscommon North (DĂˇil Ă‰ireann constituency) Leitrim-Roscommon North is a former parliamentary constituency represented in DĂˇil Ă‰ireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas. Covering all counties of Leitrim and part of Roscommon, it existed from 1921 to 1923.
Leitrim-Sligo (DĂˇil Ă‰ireann constituency) Leitrim-Sligo is a former parliamentary constituency represented in DĂˇil Ă‰ireann, the lower house of the Irish parliament or Oireachtas. Covering the whole territory the two counties of Leitrim and part of Sligo, it existed from 1923 to 1937.
LeixĂµes LeixĂµes is located 4 km to the north of Douro River mouth, in LeĂ§a da Palmeira, Matosinhos municipality, near to the city of Porto, at 41Âş11'N latitude and 8Âş42'W longitude. LeixĂµes seaport (Porto de LeixĂµes) is one of Portugal's major seaports.
Leixlip Leixlip (LĂ©im an BhradĂˇin in Irish) is a town in north-east County Kildare, Republic of Ireland, east of the midlands of Ireland. It is situated on the confluence of the River Liffey and the River Rye, on the border of the ancient kingdoms of Leinster and Brega.
Leixlip Louisa Bridge railway station Leixlip Louisa Bridge is a railway station in Leixlip, County Kildare, Ireland. Prior to the construction of Leixlip Confey railway station in the mid-1980s, the station was known simply as Leixlip railway station.
Leixlip Spa The Leixlip Spa situated close to the Royal Canal at Louisa Bridge was discovered in 1793 by a group of work men excavating for the canal. William Connolly who acquired Leixlip Castle in 1732 planned to develop the spa into a classical thermal spa but to no avail.
Leizhou dialect Leizhou dialect () is a dialect of the Min language family, which in turn constitutes one of the Sinitic language families. It is spoken in the Leizhou city and its neighbouring areas on the Leizhou peninsula in the west of the Guangdong province.
Lejac Residential School Lejac Residential School was part of the Canadian residential school system and one of the 130 boarding schools for Indians that operated in Canada between 1874 and 1996. Operated by the Roman Catholic Church under contract with the government of Canada, it opened in 192, succeeding the school opened in 1917 in Fort Saint James, and closed in 1976.
Lejendary Adventure Lejendary Adventure (abbreviated as LA) is a role-playing game created by Gary Gygax. Like other role-playing games, Lejendary Adventure is played using polyhedral dice, pencils, paper, and sometimes miniatures.
Lejeune High School Lejeune High School (LHS), founded in 1944, is a high school located on the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune near Jacksonville, North Carolina. The school is operated by the Department of Defense Education Activity of the United States Department of Defense.
Lejla "Lejla" was the Bosnian and Herzegovinian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, performed in Bosnian by Hari Mata Hari. It was composed by Eurovision Song Contest 2004 runner-up Ĺ˝eljko JoksimoviÄ‡ from Serbia and Montenegro, and the lyrics were written by Fahrudin Pecikoza and Dejan IvanoviÄ‡.
Lejre Experimental Centre The Lejre Experimental Centre is a 50 acre (20 hectare) scientific laboratory just outside of Roskilde, Denmark that was founded in 1964 by Hans-Ole Hansen. Scientists have recreated an Iron Age village (500 B.
LeJeune Road LeJeune Road, locally known as either LeJeune Road and Northwest or Southwest 42nd Avenue, is a north-south street that runs west of downtown Miami in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It runs adjacent to the east side and crosses the original entrance/exit to Miami International Airport.
Lek (animal behaviour) A lek is a gathering of males of certain species of animal for the purposes of competitive mating display, held before and during the breeding season, day after day. The same group of males meet at a traditional place and take up the same individual positions on an arena, each occupying and defending a small territory or court.
Lek River [image] of the east bit of the [[Rhine-Meuse delta showing river Lek (e) â€” the Kromme Rijn stream is too small to show up on this picture.]]The Lek is a river in the western Netherlands of some 60 km in length.
LekĂ« MatrĂ«nga LekĂ« MatrĂ«nga (1567-1619), known in Italian as Luca Matranga, was an Orthodox cleric of the Italo-Albanian community of Sicily. He was also the author of the second major work of early Albanian literature entitled E mbsuame e krĂ«shterĂ«, Rome 1592 (Christian Doctrine, or Christian Teachings), which is a twenty-eight page catechism translated from the Latin.
Lekeitio Lekeitio is a town and municipality located in the province of Biscay, in the autonomous community of Basque Country, northern Spain, 53 km northeast from Bilbao. The municipality has 7,293 inhabitants (2005) and is one of the most important fishing ports of the Basque coast.
Lekenik Lekenik is a village and a municipality in central Croatia, located between Sisak and Velika Gorica in the lowland region of Turopolje. The population of Lekenik is 1,857, with 6,170 people in the municipality, notably in larger villages like PeĹˇÄ‡enica (915), LetovaniÄ‡ (539), Donji Vukojevac (468), DuĹľica (395).
Lekhah Dodi Lekhah Dodi (×ś×›×” ×“×•×“×™ transliterated as Lecha Dodi, L'chah Dodi, Lekah Dodi or Lechah Dodi) is a Hebrew liturgical song recited Friday at dusk, usually at sundown, in synagogue to welcome Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath) prior to the Maariv evening services. It is part of the Kabbalat Shabbat ("acceptance of the Jewish Sabbath").
Leknes Leknes is a town and administrative centre of municipality VestvĂĄgĂ¸y (10,764 inhabitants - the most populated in Lofoten and VesterĂĄlen) in the county of Nordland in northern Norway. The town is situated in the geographical middle of Lofoten, approximately 68km west of SvolvĂ¦r and 65km east of Ă….
Lekolite A Lekolite (often abbreivated to Leko) is a type of Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlight (ERS) used in Stage lighting. Introduced in 1933 it was developed by Century lighting which eventually became a part of the Strand Lighting Corporation.
Leksand Court District Leksand Court District, or Leksands tingslag, was a district of Dalarna in Sweden. The court district (tingslag) served as the basic division of the rural areas in Dalarna, except for one district that was a hundred (hĂ¤rad).
Leksikon Leksikon is a Norwegian concept of an Encyclopedia, which can be understood as signifying another school of encyclopedists. The style is alphabetic and somewhere in the middle of wiki-/encyclopedia and wiki-/dictionary
Leksvik Leksvik is a town and a municipality in the county of Nord-TrĂ¸ndelag, Norway. The municipality Leksvik has a population of 3,511 (2004), 1,073 inhabitants in the town of Leksvik which is the administrative centre, and 736 inhabitants in Vanvikan village.
Lekunberri, Spain Lekunberri (its official and Basque name; in Spanish, Lecumberri) is a municipality located in the province and autonomous community of Navarre (Navarra), northern Spain. It is situated in the northeastern portion of the province, some 30 km from the provincial capital, Pamplona.
Lela Brooks Potter Lela Brooks Potter (February 7, 1908 in Toronto, Ontario - September 11, 1990), the first female member of the Old Orchard Skating Club in Toronto, was the best female speed skater in the world in the second half of the 1920s and the early 1930s. She skated a total of 17 World Records, but all of them were skated on distances in imperial measures.
Leland High School (California) Leland High School is a public high school located in the Almaden Valley in San Jose, California, USA in the San Jose Unified School District. Leland is well known for its nationally ranked Speech and Debate team
Leland Hone Leland Hone (born 30 January 1853 in Dublin, Ireland; died 31 December 1896 in Dublin, Ireland) played first-class cricket for the Marylebone Cricket Club and England between 1878 and 1880. Hone was schooled at Rugby, and after a couple of games for the MCC against Cambridge and Oxford Universities, he was selected for Lord Harris's amateur tour of Australia in 1878/9.