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or l.c.f.,

lowest common factor.
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The injunction follows an investigation of a complaint filed against LCF by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) in September 1994.
Khalfan Saeed Al Mazrouei, LCF Co-founder and Chairman, Middle East and Europe and former Undersecretary for the Personal Department of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founding father of the UAE, has inaugurated summit.
Among the notable speakers were Ambassador of Sweden to the Philippines Harald Fries, Asean CSR Network Chairman Yanti Triwadiantini, LCF Chairman Roderick de Castro, Ayala Corp.
This approach led to the partnership with Damen and the LCF platform that Alion will put forward as their CSC design.
LCF Law, which has offices in Leeds, Bradford and Ilkley, welcomed philanthropist Neal Gandhi and Faye Formisano, principle of Pennine Wealth Management, to the discussion - along with directors from the four organisations that make up Yorkshire's only based arts consortium, Here to Thrive.
"We believe in charity, success and entrepreneurial spirit," LCF co-founder Hamra Alam told the GDN.
The births at LCF are particularly significant to the conservation of Mongoose lemurs, which are an endangered species.
LCF aims to address social problems through business solutions, and carries out its advocacy through its five commitments: arts and culture, health, education, enterprise development and environment.
LCF failed in January, owing PS237m to more than 11,000 investors.
"This is just one of the many community projects Ibstock Enovert Trust has funded through the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF).