Lete


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(lĕt)
v. t.1.To let; to leave.
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The lete labeling reaction was completed by adding 1 [micro]L Lysine solution (10 mM) and it was stored into ice after spinning down.
Sunn ne wale sunn lete hai kan kan sangeet hoti hai
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two statues were yesterday unveiled to commemorate outstanding Cardiff-born ath lete Paulo Radmilovic.
Mazzini's etymological interpretation has been challenged by Gregorio del Olmo Lete ("KTMW and His Funerary AulaOr 29 [2011]; 308-10), who suggests "plastered chamber" based on the meaning "plaster" for syd in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic.
India's pioneer filmmaker and actor, Farhan Akhtar, as Yepme's brand ambassador worked in association with Ehsaan-Loy to produce the catchy-upbeat Yepme Anthem called “Tension Kyu Lete ho Yaar.
tor ice and lete the Our campaign is being backed activists and medical bodies, as as cardiac arrest victims' families.
All the londe that ther was thei dalten it in two, And lete Gamelyne the yonge without londe goo.
Manoj Kumar spoke about it in a way that actual signifies the essence of his entire career - "Mere andar se ek awz yi ki prn jae par vachan na jye, toh dekh lete hai kya hota hai?
The film featured popular songs such as "Apna deewaanayeh maashuk bana lete hain", "Baabul mora naihar chhoto jaaye", "Pardesiya re zara nainon se naina mila mora jiya tarse".
Examples of temporal markers include references to the time of day, to dates, to historical movements (the Resistance, for example), to cosmic and astronomical events (from the "Big Bang" to the comet Hale-Bopp), to pre-historical and historical ages, to seasons, to the immediate present, to ways of measuring time (from folk traditions to scientific instruments), to the calendar, to narration, to time in the musical sense, to outdated technologies, to obso lete osterie, to death, to the future, to memory, to oblivion, and to eternity.