Ler


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LER

abbr.
laser event recorder
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Noun1.Ler - the sea personified; father of Manannan; corresponds to Welsh Llyr
Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
Celtic deity - a deity worshipped by the Celts
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For the matter of that, I was in a boat, alongside the ship, when they cut out the twelve-pound shot from the thigh of the captain of the Foodyrong, one of Mounsheer Ler Quaw’s countrymen
Ler Devagar is evidently designed with conversation in mind: everywhere tables are distributed plentifully, in unfussy clusters fit for lively groups and small, neat rows for quiet couples.
This equilibrium can be influenced by the presence of surfactants (like polysorbate) and chelating agents (like citrate) and could explain the link between these factors and LER.
ACE Group, a group of multiline property and casualty insurers headed by ACE Limited (NYSE:ACE), on Friday named Edward Ler as the new president director for Indonesia's general insurance business.
Ler is presently regional head of Personal Lines and Business Insurance.
The LER have defined a large exposure as "those funded and unfunded exposures and unused committed lines (less provisions, cash collaterals, bank guarantees and Federal Government guarantees) to a single borrower or its group, which in total is equal to or exceeds 10% of the bank's capital base".
The Company is required under the terms of these Notes to report periodically on production and financial results of LER.
Once the LER is in place for direct labor and administrative labor, the team can be held accountable to a measurable outcome to base pay adjustments and future hiring decisions.
Mi l ler, 20, of Balado, Perthshire, was remanded in custody until next month after he admitted committing a series of car crimes a month after being freed on bail.
Nesse processo, as LER tem sido apontadas como produto da iatrogenia, sugerindo que as medidas preventivas poderiam estar levando ao agravamento do problema.