Elisor


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E`li´sor


n.1.(Eng. Law) An elector or chooser; one of two persons appointed by a court to return a jury or serve a writ when the sheriff and the coroners are disqualified.
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Elisor is keen to stress that these can mean advantages as well as disadvantages: the key thing, though, is that they are differences from the norm of IC-engined vehicles.
For a detailed history of the elaboration of La Fille Elisa, see Robert Ricatte, La Genese de "La Fille Elisa" (Paris: PUR 1960); and Gabrielle Houbre, "Le mauvais proces de La Fille Elisor Francofonia 21 (1991): 87-96.
In addition to the Dryersdale field, Triton has also begun generating revenues from the Elisor Cluxton oil well.