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legge

(lɛɡ)
vb (tr)
to lighten or lessen
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Plans have been lodged to partdemolish and restore derelict buildings at 20-25 Legge Lane, once earmarked for a new food school, to be run by University College Birmingham.
The project at 20-25 Legge Lane has been designed by Digbeth practice D5 Architects and would contain 63 onebedroom and 36 two-bedroom units in a building reaching up to four storeys.
DENVER, May 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Gordon Legge of the University of Minnesota and Robert Massof of the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute will today receive the prestigious 2015 Helen Keller Prize for Vision Research.
Keynote public lectures during the conference will be given by Lauren Piaster (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Yang Huilin (Renmin University of China), looking at James Legge from Western and Chinese perspectives respectively.
Christopher Legge, a Director, has informed the Company of the
Bleddyn Legge, 28, admitted burgling the property at Ynyscynon Road, Trealaw, in August.
People like Mr Legge should stop to think before voicing their prejudice in such a hurtful manner.
Legge himself a person with low vision proposes to "embed low-vision research more explicitly in the real world" in order to reduce barriers to visual accessibility.
With Chris Erath, Jim Porter, Kevin Brady, Michael Legge and Fred D'Angelo.
Coventry continued to play the ball about but the Gills passed up a second opportunity from a third corner on the trot when centreback Leon Legge got a clean head to the ball but sent it over the crossbar.
Salt was rubbed into the wounds after the break when hotshot Danny Kedwell bulleted an unstoppable spot kick past Gillespie following a trip on Danny Hollands by centre-back Danny Livesey and the game was thrown further into the mix when Lee Miller and Leon Legge received their marching orders for unrelated incidents.
But, Michael Legge, from the University of Otago, explained that the procedure does not mean that mean the child would be the equal offspring of all three parents, as mitochondria contained less than one per cent of a person's DNA.