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legge

(lɛɡ)
vb (tr)
to lighten or lessen
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Soggetto passivo, si dice, e la comunita capace di ricevere una legge. S'intende qui l'insieme dei fedeli che ricevono la legge in vista del loro bene comune.
** LEGGE, David (illus.) Frances Watt (text) Captain Crabclaw's Crew ABC, 2009 unpaged $24.95 ISBN 9780733321801 SCIS 1406271
Gordon Legge. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2007, hardcover, 240 pp.
Last issue, we learned a little about the early life of Alexander "Sandy" Legge up to 1891, when he began a 40-year career with the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co.
This series of 20 articles written from 1985 to 2002, Legge (U.
Alternate Energy noted that University of Waterloo chemical engineering professor Raymond Legge has been appointed board chairman.
BRITISH driver Katherine Legge's first Formula One test ended with a bang when she hit a wall at Vallelunga.
But fingerprints from bags in the car and DNA on cigarette ends found in a churchyard where the robbers had gathered near the shop, linked Christopher Oliver and Peter Legge to the raid.
Shane Michael Legge Vincent Allen Leech Gemma Amy Shiels Jerry Frank Kelly Keith David Murray Although its premise of a young man venturing on his own in the big city is nothing new, writer-director David Gleeson's "Cowboys & Angels" focuses the familiar idea on hipster 21st-century Ireland.
The Victorian Translation of China: James Legge's Oriental Pilgrimage.
The RIBA-approved CPD seminar on coatings for metal roofing and cladding, took place at the Legge Lecture Theatre.
As David Swann points out in Gordon Legge's profile in this issue, ordinary Iraqis are suffering dreadfully--and will suffer more if war breaks out.