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(lĕts)
n. pl.1.(Ethnol.) An Indo-European people, allied to the Lithuanians and Old Prussians, and inhabiting a part of the Baltic provinces of Russia.
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Letts makes the transition to C&F Bank after 30 years with SunTrust Bank, where she most recently held the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of the Central Virginia Region.
To celebrate its 60th milestone, the brand has employed the expertise of Grammy Award-winning filmmaker Don Letts to create a series of six films that looks at the evolution of the brand.
QUEEN Elizabeth II herself posed for Warwickshire sculptor John Letts when he was alive.
Quentin Letts is one of those journalists for whom the phrase 'a journeyman of letters' is both apt and calculated to annoy.
The deal, agreed on 4 March, includes the sale of the share capital of Letts Educational Limited and Leckie & Leckie Limited and the operations and assets of Lonsdale.
Probably one of the first to have pulled Dr Who back from the brink was Barry Letts, who as series producer inherited the newly-cast Jon Pertwee as the Doctor.
Chief Executive Officer Alex Letts and his team recognized the value of an SOA approach early.
Richard Letts, the executive director of the Music Council of Australia, has been elected president of the International Music Council (IMC) for the coming biennium.
Alice Hoffman meets Billie Letts; that is, magical realism encounters small-town Iowa and kindly characters who take strangers in; in this case, 18-year-old Lucy.
SHOOT THE MOON must have presented a special challenge for Billie Letts. Her earlier novels, Where the Heart Is and The Honk and Holler Opening Soon, are both character-driven.
Quality of Care, Elizabeth Letts' debut novel, should come with a warning: do not attempt to begin this novel prior to undertaking an important task.
Publisher Letts Educational, is to launch a nationwide cinema advertising campaign in time for the British exam season.