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LELimited Edition
LELebanon
LELower East
LELecce (italy)
LELaw Enforcement
LELink Exchange
LELow Energy
LELake Erie (Great Lakes)
LELimit(s) of Error
LELess than or Equal to (computer math)
LELife Expectancy
LELeading Edge
LELeicester (postcode, United Kingdom)
LELegal Entity
LEEgyptian Pound
LELab Equipment
LELife Extension
LELeft End
LELine Equipment
LELast Exile (anime)
LELight Equipment
LELead Engineer
LELicensed Esthetician
LELess or Equal
LELupus Erythematosus
LELarge Enterprise
LELiving Education
LELower Extremity
LELocal Exchange
LELife Estate (inheritance)
LELean Enterprise (management model)
LELubrication Engineers (Fort Worth, TX)
LELight Entertainment
LELearning Express (toy store)
LELater Edit
LELate Entry
LESierra Leone Leone (national currency)
LELanguage Environment
LELine Engraved (philately; Victorian-era style stamps)
LELeucine-Enkephalin (opioid peptide neurotransmitter)
LELateral Epicondylitis
LELicensed Embalmer
LELeft Engine
LELatest Estimate
LELeukocyte Esterase
LELarge Exposure (banking)
LELadder Edition (gaming)
LELow Efficiency
LELuxury Edition
LELAN Emulation
LELegendary Event ((Fallensword gaming)
LELead Equivalent
LELaplacian Eigenmap (algorithm)
LELactation Educator
LELaser Engineer
LELiquid-Expanded (physics)
LELanguage Extender (Microsoft Windows CE)
LELaunch Escape
LELyapunov Exponent
LELinear Error
LELawful Evil (gaming)
LELogic Element
LELaptop Environment
LELow Explosive
LELink Enable(d)
LELoteprednol Etabonate
LELouisiana Eastern (railroad)
LELink Encapsulation (ATM)
LELocus Equations
LELong Eireannach (Gaelic: Ship of Ireland)
LELil’ Ethan (character in NBC's Passions)
LELudus Equinus (gaming website)
LELimited Egress
LEListener Echo-Loss
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Firstly, the disassociation of Lebanon from regional conflicts is a necessity.
The FPCCI delegation signed MoUs with Chambers and Associations in Lebanon namely The Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon (CCIA-BML); The Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Tripoli and North Lebanon; The Association of Lebanon Business People in the World and The Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture - Sidon (South Lebanon).
Islamic banking in Lebanon currently functions under Law 520, issued in 2004, which defines the minimum capital of Islamic banks in Lebanon or for branches of foreign Islamic banks licensed to operate in Lebanon.
Institutional Strengthening Project for the Implementation of Montreal Protocol in Lebanon (Phase VII).
Neighboring Syria has long influenced Lebanon's foreign policy and internal policies, and its military forces were in Lebanon from 1976 until 2005.
Recently, the Gulf countries issued the travel advisory urging its citizens to avoid travel to Lebanon , primarily because of the ongoing fighting in Syria .
Gulf officials should re-consider these decisions as the situation in Lebanon does not justify them," he said.
Walles's statements came following similar remarks issued this week by the US ambassador to Lebanon, Maura Connelly, who warned during a meeting with Christian leader Michel Aoun about the consequences if Lebanon decided not to pay its share to the funding of the STL.
Actually, though, to my admittedly untrained eye, it seems as though Lebanon already did (for a detailed discussion of the maritime borders, see here).
As for Syria wanting to destabilise Lebanon, Rubin and Harris do not mention that Syria was invited into Lebanon in 1976 as a 'deterrent' force by the Arab League.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy received General Michel Aoun at the Elysses Palace this week as part of a determined move by Paris to think about how to treat the crisis that will erupt upon the issuing of the indictment by the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.
Shibani said that Iran has already completed various construction projects throughout Lebanon and some other projects are currently under construction.
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