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Lett

 (lĕt)
n.
A member of a Baltic people constituting the main population of Latvia.

[German Lette, from Latvian Latvi.]

Lett

(lɛt)
n
(Peoples) another name for a Latvian

Lat•vi•an

(ˈlæt vi ən, ˈlɑt-)

n.
1. a member of the Baltic-speaking people of Latvia.
2. the Baltic language of Latvia.
adj.
3. of or pertaining to Latvia, its inhabitants, or the language Latvian.
[1915–20]
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Some vagabond, supposed to be a fellow of the name of Lett, who is now, or who lately was, in prison as a felon, blew up this monument two years ago, and it is now a melancholy ruin, with a long fragment of iron railing hanging dejectedly from its top, and waving to and fro like a wild ivy branch or broken vine stem.
David Lett who will be strong voices for small schools while balancing the needs of the entire state," said Manar.
College principal, Simon Lett, picked up the award at the ceremony in Manchester on Shaun's behalf.
Her 'Touched By an Angel' co-star Roma Downey said in a statement: "On behalf of her husband, Franklin Lett, and all her friends and family, I share with you the news that our beloved Della Reese has passed away peacefully at her California home last evening surrounded by love.
By Brian Lett. (Barnsley, United Kingdom: Pen & Sword, 2015.
Liu, Synthesis and Antifungal Activity of 1, 2, 3-thiadiazole Derivatives Containing 1, 3, 4-thiadiazole Moiety, Lett. Drug Des.
A third Oregon golfer, Nigel Lett, reached the quarterfinals but lost to Beaverton's Conner Barr, 6 and 5.
Lett II, MD, CMD, and member of AMDA--The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine in a recent webinar hosted by the National Transitions of Care Coalition.
Christian Lett will be discussing his work as a VFX supervisor at BAIT Studio, a motion graphics, visual effects and animation studio based in Cardiff.