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LECTLecture
LECTLeague for the Exchange of Commonwealth Teachers (UK)
LECTLung-to-Ear Circulation Time
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Later phonetic clues from the Han Empire (202 BC--220[263] AD) cannot be used for the Zhou lect, because there is no evidence to prove that the Zhou lect and the Han lect were phonetically identical.
The paper added the assumption re- lects the perception that prices which are too low limit spending on oil exploration and production, while prices which are too high have a negative impact on the global economy and demand growth.
pounds 5m Lowry sale A col lect ion of LS Lowry paint ings belonging to Lancashi re bookmak ing tycoon Selwyn Demmy sold for more than pounds 5million in London yesterday.
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A special gold version - the Jo'bulani - will be used for the final to ref lect its venue, Johannesburg.
Lisa McKee went round pubs, shops and cafes col lect ing donations for a "memorial" for three-year-old Megan McGarva.
If these debates are to be at all relevant to their audiences, they must ref lect the democratic reality of Scotland and political diversity across the UK.
This year's theme Qual ity science education for our bright future" also ref lects hat today's issues can only be resolved through effec tive utilisation of scientific knowledge.
The upgrade of DB's VR ref lects the takeover by Emirates NBD (ENBD) which secures a permanent solution for the bank.