ILSE


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AcronymDefinition
ILSEInternational Life Saving Europe
ILSEIntermediate Level Support Equipment
ILSEIterative Least-Squares Estimator
ILSEInternational Labour Standards E-Library
ILSEInitiative for Life Science Entrepreneurship (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
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There was a carpet all over the floor, and in one corner there was a forty-pinny and a Jew's harp and the divil knows what ilse, and in another corner was a sofy, the beautifullest thing in all natur, and sitting on the sofy, sure enough, there was the swate little angel, Misthress Tracle.
They lost touch and had no more contact until last year, whenI found Ilse,living in Hertfordshire.
That strength helped Ilse raise two children with a debilitating genetic condition and endure the anguish of losing her extraordinary son Marcus to leukaemia.
Plot: Rick, crushed by Ilse stupidly believing that he meant what he said when he told her to go with Victor, turns to Captain Renault for solace and embarks upon a gay relationship.
The characters of Ilse, Olivier, and resistors serve as moral counterbalance to Paul-Jean and other collaborators.
On June 20, 1941, the Ilse was mined on the west side of Hartlepool's approach channel on passage from London to the Tyne.
For many of Ilse's memories are the stuff of nightmares.
Ilse was a labourer's daughter who joined the Nazi Party very early, in 1932, and became Heinrich Himmler's secretary.
The men lured the 'depressed and vulnerable' woman, as her sister Ilse Skromane described her, into mangroves in a boat after offering some narcotic or psychotropic stuff.
In this harrowing documentary Martin and his mother Ilse retrace the final years of Lilli's remarkable life.
Ilse Degoede and Maryna Vermaak signed a contract to work a 48-hour week but ended up slaving for 65 hours in a shop.
Ilse Degoede, 22, and Maryna Vermaak, 24, picketed the store where they worked, to protest at their treatment.