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LAFTLavado de Activos y Financiación de Terrorismo (Spanish: Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism; Colombia)
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LAFTLasallian Animation and Formation Team
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The lady implies that if our narrator does not follow the Leaf, she will suffer the fate that befalls those loyal to the Flower during the hailstorm: The narrator has already seen how "the wind began so sturdily to blow / That down goeth all the floures everichone / So that in all the mede ther laft not one" (362-64).
Sithen to Wayhour [Guinevere] warly he went; He laft in here warde his worthly wight.(1)
TEHRAN, Feb 10 (KUNA) -- An earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter scale jolted Laft district in southern Iranian island of Qeshm on Sunday, Iranian authorities said.
"Laying out a 16-inch subsea pipeline for the first time by applying horizontal drilling between Laft and Pahl ports in Qeshm Island is a significant achievement of the development of Hengam oil field," he added.
PAIR OF LOSERS: Kevin McGreevy (laft) and Ian Hutcherson are half the men they were (below)
Business Innovation Centre manager Karen Aston (far laft) and the ApplianSys team Vina Panchal (logistics manager), Matt Robinson (senior technical officer), Ifeoma Ojimba (market researcher), Steven Tee (sales support engineer) and Mike Clark (chief executive) with their secure internet cacheboxes
He also described the construction of a 16-inch subsea pipeline between Laft and Pahl ports in Qeshm Island by means of horizontal drilling technology as one of the greatest achievements regarding the development of the oil field, press tv reported.
Despite dropping her serve late in the second set, the reigning Australian Open champion, laft, kept her composure to claim a 6-1 6-4 win against the French qualifier.
The report reads: 'Laft Saturday 10 Sailors coming to receive their Wages at the Pay Office in Broad ftreet, met there with the Boatfwain of the Ship they laft belonged to, who by the bye had ufed them very cruelly; but being then from under his Command, and refenting the Injuries they had received, beat him very feverely and gravely advifed him to be more merciful for the future.'