Nobody seemed to be anxious to enlighten me about the events that led up to the dispute.
I was led up to Mrs. Strickland, and for ten minutes we talked together.
The charge can lead to up to five years in prison.
Well, technically, that's true, but given the situation that led up to the rescue. -Kidnapping.
It is the start of a religious period that leads up to Palm Sunday and the Easter holidays.
One thing you will find all over China in the lead up to Spring festival are these, monkeys.
Carl, there's been a lot of drama in the lead up to Election Day, but results are what matters.
It's more about, like, everything that leads up to it.
One question is, could panic buying or just stocking up lead to real shortages down the road.
She thought back over everything that led up to that betrayal, to the night less than six weeks after their marriage.
The old cob led them right up to me. I wasn't expecting this, but I kept very still.
Its portico faced the outer court; palm trees decorated its jambs, and eight steps led up to it.
Ser Rodrik waited below while Littlefinger led him up to the third floor, along a corridor, and through a door.
A veranda encircled the entire house, and four flights of steps on the four sides of the building led up to it.
Is there any indication of what happened that might have led up to the shooting or where the shot even came from?
But mostly you'll tell them about your life with your husband- the abuse that led up to the events of that night.
5 The devil led him up to a high place and showed him in an instant all the kingdoms of the world.
Weeks later, the government of the Republic of Congo ordered a nationwide shutdown of mobile phone networks in the lead up to national elections.
Its portico faced the outer court; palm trees decorated the jambs on either side, and eight steps led up to it.
Joffrey nodded. This way. He led her into the gatehouse, to the base of the steps that led up to the battlements.
乔佛里点点头。" 这边。" 他领她进入红堡的城门塔，走到通往城垛的楼梯口。
He led them up to Mr Sinik's roof and showed them in person, demonstrating on a friend, how he had garrotted his victims.