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LEY. This word is old French, a corruption of loi, and signifies law; for example, Termes de la Ley, Terms of the Law. In another, and an old technical sense, ley signifies an oath, or the oath with compurgators; as, il tend sa ley aiu pleyntiffe. Brit. c. 27.

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Ley told me as a child, as early as when he was about nine years old, he already had an interest not just in taking photos but also in the materials used to capture a photo.
Kem Ley, 45, was shot twice with a Glock handgun at a Caltex petrol station cafe on the capital's Monivong Boulevard on July 10, 2016.
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Ley also helped inject rocket science into the science fiction community via endless science articles in pulp magazines, and sci-fi fans widely embraced him as one of them.
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.
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.
En Cordoba, aun sin marco legal regulatorio, se inaugura el Centro de Arbitraje, Mediacion y Resolucion Concertada de Conflictos (4) (CAMERECC), en el marco de una visionaria accion institucional en el Colegio de Escribanos de la Provincia de Cordoba que sirvio de precedente a la Ley de Mediacion 8858 en el desarrollo del instituto en sede extrajudicial, multidisciplinario y voluntario (5).