Lae


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La•e

(ˈlɑ eɪ, ˈleɪ i)

n.
a seaport in E Papua New Guinea. 79,600.
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According to NDMA spokesperson, the water level in Rawalpindi's Nullah Lae had been raised due to rains since last night.
Eyeing not only the development of high-performing maritime logistics facilities, but also the development of its host communities, ICTSI's latest commitment in Omili follows through its earlier donation of a police facility in Malahang, also in Lae, last February 2019.
Moreover, capital expenditures for 2018, excluding capitalized borrowing costs and payment of concession rights in Lae and Motukea in Papua New Guinea, amounted to $261.3 million.
Loss and LAE was $17 million in third quarter 2018, compared with $223 million in third quarter 2017.
We kept talking about it, and it's definitely there - Lae has delivered everything we expected."
monocytogenes strains that were categorized from low, medium and high heat tolerant groups were considered to study the survival of sublethal heat stress at 48[degrees]C for 1 h when exposed to carvacrol, [H.sub.2][O.sub.2], NaOH and Lauric arginate (LAE) stresses.
The Phaya Lae monument stands prominently at a roundabout where two main roads meet, in the heart of Chaiyaphum city (fig.
When Lae and her husband, Naho, came to this country in 1980, they spoke little to no English and had only five dollars to their name.
Choi's family introduced authentic Korean cuisine to Manhattan in the 1970s at Woo Lae Oak and expanded the concept in 2005 to the highly rated Bann Restaurant now operating in Midtown West.
Louisiana (LAW, n = 28), Eastern Louisiana (LAE, n = 17), and Florida (FL, n = 10).
The eighth title in the Lae Lae series, "A Birthday Party for Mother Earth: The Adventures of Lae Lae, a Story and Activity Book" reinforces positive values such as respect and love for humans, animals, and the environment, kindness and compassion for others who are less fortunate, respect for people from different backgrounds and cultures, intergenerational caring and respect, and encouraging appreciation of a healthy diet and active lifestyle.
Essentially, the scientists incorporated chitosan, lauric arginate (LAE) and nisin into edible antimicrobial coating solutions, which reduced most foodborne pathogen contamination on RTE meats.