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n.1.(Zool.) A genus of venomous snakes found both in America and the Old World. Many species are known. See Coral snake, under Coral.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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OEO-style legal assistance regime for their current ELAPs.
Seasonal assemblages: In spring, 54 species were recorded (22 Zygoptera and 32 Anisoptera), with Argia pulla (27.9%) dominating, followed by Hetaerina capitalis (13.1%) and Erpetogomphus elaps (10%).
(4) This program, known generally as the Expanded Legal Assistance Program (ELAP), has enjoyed success in several jurisdictions.
Two years after taking the Elaps, she continued to feel well and did not need further treatment.
East Leake Mike Elliott 0115 937 6506 elliottnews@btconnect.com ELAPS PANTO.
ELAPs (East Leake Amateur Players are this week presenting their annual pantomime with this year it being a brand new story written by Geoff Freeman who also stars as the Dame.
Other nominees for the award were Tamsin Wisher for her voluntary work as chair of East Leake Pre-School Playgroup, Sonya Oates for many voluntary roles including Snowy Owl at 1st East Leake brownies and her roles on the village hall committee and ELAPs and the Catholic Church, Conrad Oatey for his role with St Mary's Church and the parish council where he is chairman, Hayley Masom for work with East Leake Traders Association, Nichola Doherty for the Tidy Team and Jacqui Owens, also for the Tidy Team and the village show, the bunting for the Tour of Britain and organising the Christmas Fayre.
Ella Western, vocal soloist, followed the choir and next on were the East Leake Church Music Group, an d close after then came an item from ELAPS, the village Amateur players group.
Among the entertainers will be a team of dancers, the Gresley Colliery Brass Band, a jazz band, individual musical and singing performers, a performance from East Leake's own drama group, ELAPS, a coffee morning at the Methodist Church, a full programme of entertainment after 12 noon in the parish church, a display by the villages own pencil drawing artist Robin Borritt, Accoustic Sessions, piano and organ solo performances, a vocal harmony group, a keep fit group display, spoken words with Leakey Pens from the village Writers Club, clog dancing, and Open microphone sessions.
ELAPS. It might still be summer but East Leake's Amateur Players - ELAPs to most people - are thinking ahead already to Christmas!