lentor


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lentor

(ˈlɛntɔː)
n
lethargy or slowness(of blood, etc) viscidity
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Contract awarded for Improvement to roadside drains under estate upgrading programme batch 9 - contract 5 (lentor estate)
ED, Sunday) before the Lentor Avenue exit on the highway, the Strait Times reported.
The clinical syndrome of secondary depression consequent to such neurological disorders is characterized by lentor of ideation, presuicidal syndrome, hypomnesia, psychomotor inhibition, and occasionlly conceptual disorganization.
Citibank Nominees (Singapore) 20.06%, DBS Nominees 13.35%, DBSN Services 11.48%, HSBC (Singapore) Nominees 9.27% Neptune Orient Lentor Investments 39.64%, Lines Temasek Holdings 25.98%, Citibank Ltd.
Clearly, Marguerite's text is aiming at the expression of something other than the accepted Protestant experience of spiritual lentor and 'bon ordre.' Repetition is being ascribed other, less orthodox purposes and powers.
China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited (HKEx: 670) (SSE: 600115) (NYSE: CEA) on 13 December announced the establishment of a strategic cooperation partnership with Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX: SIA) and Lentor Investments Pte Ltd ("Temasek"), an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited.
SIA will purchase a 15.7 percent stake in the Chinese airline, which has been plagued with losses for the past two years, for HK$4.7 billion while Temasek will buy an 8.3 percent stake through its subsidiary Lentor Investments Pte.
2020: Springleaf - Lentor - Mayflower - Bright Hill - Upper Thomson Caldecott
Agitation or psychomotor lentor (subjective or objective).