lacet

lacet

(leɪsˈɛt)
n
(Crafts) braided work in lace
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(4.) Castro Junior JR, Fernandes N, Lacet TBP, Maia FS, Bonato GR, Nogueira C, et al.
Participants who successfully complete the courses will receive course completion and training record documentation, and lACET Continuing Education Units.
Une fois arrive a Kendira, il faut d'abord suivre une route qui grimpe en lacet avant de prendre la piste, ouverte par les forestier pour lutter contre les incendies de foret recurrents.
In September 2015, the Federal Highway Administration received the International Association for Continuing Education and Training's (LACET) 2015 Innovation of the Year Award--Technology Integration for the development of a virtual bridge technology used in the Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges (130055) course.
Marjan Lacet, General Manager, Netherlands Maritime Technology Singapore Branch.
Lacet et al., "APACHE II and ATN-ISS in acute renal failure (ARF) in intensive care unit (ICU) and non-ICU," Revista da Associacao Medica Brasileira, vol.
In F, the reading "aguxeta" ('lacet') is a further corruption or substitution; on this word, which refers to an ornamental ribbon or braided cord commonly used to secure a man's hose to his doublet or to close up the openings of a lady's sleeves, see Carmen Bernis, Trajes y modas en la Espana de los Reyes Catolicos, vol.
(6) Mariza de Carvalho Soares, Devotos da cor: Identidade etnica, religiosidade e escravidao no Rio de Janeiro, seculo XVIII (Rio de Janeiro: Civilizacao Brasileira, 2000); Juliana Aparecida Lacet (2005), " 'Nacoes' africanas nas irmandades negras mineiras do seculo XVIII" www.
This report is based, in part, on contributions by M Ro, L Alfonsi, B Lacet, M Smyser, M Valenzuela, Public Health-Seattle King County; M Taualii, Urban Indian Health Institute, Pacific Islander Women's Association; and the Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community of King County, Washington.