In the 1990s further population growth led to more political changes on a local level.
They led him to the office on the ground floor.
The course led to a front room on the second floor.
David led them through the open door of the one on the right.
I feel you're simply being led on a wrong way.
I told him that he would not be needed any more and led the way on board.
He led her to a small conference room on the third floor of the main building.
The two of you will lead a march on Washington and take over.
Let's start with those who led the attack on our economy.
This has led to a lot of research on the field.
Of all the people she didn't want to see right now, her father had to top the list.
Of all the things I'd never want to be, he said, that would top my list.
But when the result came out, his name topped the list.
Of all the people he didn't want to see, his mother topped the list.
Find out what tops the list on the next page.
The company that supplies the chairman of a particular year's drive is expected to top the list.
They said "Do you really need a reason why this tops the list?"
There are eight games left to accomplish something else, and learning to play a complete game may top the list.
Yes, she may pick restaurants or activities that wouldn't top your list.
If track performance tops the list, it will do just fine.
You're saying in effect that you don't believe he can really lead the pack.
A few of the women looked at me as if I were in the running but not leading the pack.
Red loved being out in front, leading the pack, as he called them.
And as they headed home, there he was - leading the pack.
I was surprised they let me lead the pack behind her so long.
But that's not a head coach who's leading the pack.
In reality, he ran away to lead the pack, but they abandoned him.
And as always among leaders, there are those few who surge forward, leading the pack.
Amazon.com led the pack, with 15 percent of the ads.
Great law firms lead the pack on some or all of those measures, too.
He led the way in by three miles or so.
She put her hand in his and let him lead the way.
He led the way across the street, some of the men following him.
Without a word, he turned and led the way to his room.
And then, with the children close to her, she led the way into the house.
I could lead a force back the same way during the night.
G-8 did the same and led the way into the night.
I made them put me down, to lead the way.
Let me say to our parents, you have to lead the way.
She went ahead of him again to lead the way.
He led the field from the start, and easily won his heat in a time of 1:02.48.
In four of the five events, he was leading the field going into the fourth and final round.
In one province a woman is leading the field for Parliament.
No wonder we're leading the field at the start of the '90s.
He started as the 1/2 favourite and led the field from the start.
Last year (1958) they led the field with 13 places in the first 100.
O'Brien appeared to have a gold won after the first day, when he led the field by 124 points.
In the first circuit he was leading the field and looking good.
Chu led the field in the May 19 special election.
The company tries always to stay ahead of the competition, and lead the field.
I take your point and that will be looked at, thank you.
Is he good enough to keep taking big points and stop any one individual from running away with it?
"The people who live there might not take the same point of view."
I bit back my response, but the point was well taken.
Of course they are the only ones in europe with any money but your point is well taken.
I take your point on the issue of the institutions.
To take the first point: you do not have the right to grow.
The dogs' total points are taken and the top three from each field win.
For every 10 seconds of play, 2 points are taken away.
This situation also offers an opportunity to take someone else's point of view.