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leat

(liːt)
n
Brit a trench or ditch that conveys water to a mill wheel
[Old English -gelǣt (as in wætergelǣt water channel), from let1]
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Scholars like Leat (2007), Francis and George (2008) have identified a few factors, which, according to them significantly influence the MNC approaches towards employee relations in overseas operations.
The money has been used to reinstate the leat and to control non-native species, and an official ceremoney yesterday celebrated the restoration project.
Leat had stepped down last year as chairman of Citigroup Inc's alternative assets group and vice chairman of global banking.
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Summary: Primary school teacher Nigel Leat, who filmed himself abusing girls in his classroom, has been told he faces a lengthy prison sentence.
An independent serious case review has been commissioned to establish if authorities could have acted sooner to prevent Nigel Leat sexually assaulting the pupils in his care, the youngest of which was six-years-old, over a five-year period.
Nigel Leat, 51, filmed shocking scenes of abuse against five carefully selected girls over the course of five years at Hillside First School in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.
Matt Leat, London Coastguard Operator, said: "Swimming across the River Thames can be extremely hazardous.
In fact Daniel, from Wexford, and Mary became such firm friends, she asked him to sing backing vocals on her first single, Suil Leat.
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The distance travelled by these lavas was greater than any previously known" said Dr Philip Leat, a geologist at the BAS and author of the paper.
Not interested in mailing companies but will consider commercial printer if at leat 50% direct mail.