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LEALocal Education Agency
LEALocal Education Authority (UK)
LEALeague
LEALaw Enforcement Agency
LEALocal Enforcement Agency
LEALate Embryogenesis Abundant (protein)
LEALangues Étrangères Appliquées (France)
LEALanguage Experience Approach (reading instruction approach)
LEALawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc (academic publisher)
LEALower Extremity Amputation
LEALoad Effective Address
LEALutheran Education Association (Forest, IL)
LEALaw Enforcement Activity
LEALoss Executives Association
LEALaboratoire d'Economie Appliquée
LEALearmonth, Western Australia, Australia (Airport Code)
LEALogistics Engineering Analysis
LEALocal Environment Agency
LEALeadership Equity Association (Germany)
LEALoin Eye Area (meat-producing animals)
LEALicense-Exempt Alliance
LEALongman Essential Activator
LEALocal Employment Initiatives (UK)
LEALogistics Evaluation Agency (US Army)
LEALittleton Education Association
LEALimited Exclusion Area
LEALong Endurance Aircraft
LEALocal Enterprise Agency Ltd.
LEALauncher Electronic Assembly
LEALaboratoire d'Essais Analytiques (French: Analytical Testing Laboratory)
LEALife Threatening Episodes of Asthma
LEALaptop Encryption Administrator
LEALower Enclosure Assembly
LEALinear Explosive Array
LEALocally Equivalent Alternatives
LEALaunch Enable Alarm
LEALaw Enforcement Availability System
LEALaw Enforcement Administration (college courses)
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Distant from Rondelo a hundred and thirty leagues is the Isle of Suaquem, where the Bassa of that country chooses his residence, for the convenience of receiving the tribute with greater exactness, there being a large trade carried on here with the Abyssins.
When I had made something more than a league of way by the help of this current or eddy, I found it was spent, and served me no further.
If they want to lie by a little, or to refresh the crew, they come to Pirial along the coast; from Pirial they find another inverse current, which carries them to the Isle-Dumal, two leagues and a half.
Have you never heard of the League of the Red-headed Men?
The two travellers had been on their way for five hours, and made more than eight leagues, and yet Gryphus had not the least suspicion of his daughter having left the fortress.
Go on, go on," said he, between his teeth, "expend your ardor the first day; to-morrow, instead of journeying twenty leagues, you will travel ten, the day after to-morrow, five, and in three days you will be in bed.
That's impossible," said the gentleman; "I have traveled sixty leagues in forty hours, and by tomorrow at midday I must be in London.
keeping above fifty leagues off from the usual course to the eastward.
There was no water nearer than three or four leagues, and that only in very small quantity, and bad: the soil was absolutely sterile; I looked in vain even for a lichen adhering to the rocks.
Barbicane could even prove, by the elevations which served as landmarks upon the moon, which was only two thousand leagues distant, that its speed was becoming uniform-- fresh proof that there was no fall.
On 2nd January we had made 11,340 miles, or 5,250 French leagues, since our starting-point in the Japan Seas.
They had soon, in this manner, placed twelve leagues between them and Vaux; they were then obliged to change horses, and organize a sort of post arrangement.