leal leal  /ˈlil/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) faithful and true

Usage(s):

  1. Teamed with his late brother George 'also twice a bankrupt) in a real estate leal that came under the scrutiny of a graft-hunting investigation in New York City.
  2. Finally the leal Baron and then Pearl's Aunt Sophie arrive and thoroughly expose the impostors.

News

  1. Syrians welcome U.S. help, but they want big guns

    Syrian rebel fighters belonging to the "Martyrs of Maaret al-Numan" battalion leave their position June 13 in the southern town of Maaret al-Numan. / DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS, AFP/Getty Images
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Bay Bulletin

  2. Two wanted in fatal jail beating caught in Bexar County

    Manuel Leal, 30, was the first arrested Friday in connection with the slaying of inmate Joe Hernandez on July 29 at the West Texas Intermediate Sanction Facility in Terry County, court and jail records show. According to their indictments, issued Feb. 23, the men recklessly killed Hernandez by kicking and punching him. Valdez had been serving time at the West Texas facility because of a parole ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: San Antonio Express-News

Quotes

  1. Parreira said he was delighted that Leal had decided to stay on with local born Mosimane: "Leal is the best assistant coach I have ever worked with. This is a big plus for South African soccer."
    on Apr 21, 2008 By: Carlos Alberto Parreira Source: The Times

  2. "The formula, mentality and philosophy is here. We have the ammunition," said Mosimane. "I am not saying South Africa will win the World Cup in 2010. But you must remember that Jairo has also been to a World Cup already (Leal was Parreira's...
    on Apr 22, 2008 By: Pitso Mosimane Source: Independent Online

  3. Santana added that he is happy to work with Mosimane and Leal: "I will continue to work with my two assistants. I know Jairo Leal very well and I have been told by both Jairo and Parreira that Mr Mosimane is a very competent coach."
    on May 19, 2008 By: Joel Santana Source: Independent Online

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