LEACH


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LEACHLow-Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy (protocol)
LEACHLaw Enforcement Against Child Harm
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He found support in the number eleven batsman Jack Leach and the duo stitched together an unbeaten partnership of 76 runs, in which Leach only contributed 1 run from 17 balls.
Heap leaching works by drip-feeding acid through a large stockpile (or heap) of ore to leach out metals.
Joe Leach "I've worked really hard on my rehab and we've been pretty meticulous and ultra-professional in making sure we ticked every box," said leach, who claimed six wickets as the Pears moved top of Division Two.
Madahbee Leach has also served on council for her home community of Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation on Manitoulin Island.
In a complaint filed with the attorney general on March 11, Leach wrote that there's no way to reconcile state law and the Tempe ordinance, which is agnostic on the tax-exempt status of organizations spending money in local elections.
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In this role, Leach is responsible for leading The Hanover's specialized insurance products and services for financial institutions.
Leach was widely respected for his deep knowledge and insights on the Vegas entertainment scene, and tributes to the journalist were led by superstar Celine Dion, a Sin City regular.
Keywords: WSNs, LEACH, clustering, hierarchical protocols
We introduce LEACH with Split and Merge (LEACH-SM), a new cluster-based routing algorithm for WSNs, to handle mobility and extend the network lifetime.