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LEDLight Emitting Diode
LEDLocal Economic Development
LEDLayout of (Software) Engineering Diagrams
LEDLight Emitting Device
LEDLocal Employment Dynamics
LEDLedig (German: unmarried)
LEDLaw Enforcement Division
LEDLocal Employment Development
LEDLow-Energy Diet (health)
LEDLicht Emittierende Dioden (German: Light Emitting Diode)
LEDLiposome-Encapsulated Doxorubicin
LEDLove Equals Death (band)
LEDLeadership Education Development (various locations)
LEDLean Encoder Decoder
LEDLanguage Editor
LEDLast Edition
LEDLawyers Edition
LEDLocal Economy Development
LEDLinear Equity Derivatives
LEDSt Petersburg, Russia - Pulkovo (Airport Code)
LEDLicensed Educational Diagnostician
LEDLey de Extinción de Dominio (Spanish: Forfeiture Law; Guatemala)
LEDLegal Education Department
LEDLoss-Event Database
LEDLaw Enforcement Desk
LEDLupus Erythematosus Disseminatus
LEDLibrary Education Division
LEDLoop Encryption Device
LEDLogical Error Detection
LEDLinear Energy Density
LEDLethality Enhancing Device
LEDLogic-Evolved Decision Model
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The ball came to an end at midnight, and early next morning the Prince again led the Mother Dragon's mare out into the meadow.
Floating on before me, the child led the way to a wharf crowded with travelers and their luggage.
The Phoceans were led by Schedius and Epistrophus, sons of mighty Iphitus the son of Naubolus.
What knew I where any of them led! And so without waiting to be again discovered and thwarted, I ran quickly up the short, steep incline and pushed open the doorway at its end.
This silence was broken by one of the brethren, who led Pierre up to the rug and began reading to him from a manuscript book an explanation of all the figures on it: the sun, the moon, a hammer, a plumb line, a trowel, a rough stone and a squared stone, a pillar, three windows, and so on.
With a little bound he was at the gaping entrance to the subterranean chamber, and a moment later was running down a flight of age-old concrete steps that led he knew not where.
The monumental person with the short moustache led the advance.
I led a life of solitude, for which there seemed to be no remedy; for I shrank from openly vicious courses, and the many efforts that I made to enter society were all in vain.
The horses who had run in the last race were being led home, steaming and exhausted, by the stable-boys, and one after another the fresh horses for the coming race made their appearance, for the most part English racers, wearing horsecloths, and looking with their drawn-up bellies like strange, huge birds.
A broken finger-post announced that this led to a village three miles off; and thither they resolved to bend their steps.
Here the trail of Dejah Thoris' abductors led along the mountains' base, across steep and rugged ravines, by the side of appalling precipices, and sometimes out into the valley, where we found fighting aplenty with the members of the various tribes that make up the population of this vale of hopelessness.
Well, let's start!" and he led the way into the jungle, carrying his heavy pack as lightly as did Tom.