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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Folklore
leyley /leɪ, liː/ (also ley line) noun [countable]  RFan imaginary line connecting buildings, places etc that is believed to follow an ancient track that has special power
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leyThe essence of the problem is to define a ley, which is harder than it appears.In fieldwork, you are really looking for anything that might confirm the existence of a ley.He asked me if I knew anything about ley lines and I confessed my ignorance.Within the arable area the greatest changes have been the increase of cereals and the decline of the one-year clover ley.These follow the courses of three major ley lines.The node points channel the ley earth-forces through the system, terminating at the Flying Swan.Not only have UFOs nothing to do with ley lines, they have nothing to do with ancient monuments or geology.
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