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LEDALibrary of Efficient Data Types and Algorithms
LEDALafayette Economic Development Authority (Louisiana)
LEDALincoln Economic Development Association (Lincolnton, NC)
LEDALocal Employment Development Action (Programme)
LEDALight Emitting Diode Array
LEDALlano Estacado Dressage Association
LEDALight, Easily Deployable By Air
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"The Leda Lock came from various feedback we had from different end consumers and some of the buyers we talk to," said Edgar Gonzalez, Leda's executive vice president.
In the myth, the god Zeus turned into a swan and raped Leda, Queen of Sparta.
Leda says the project has become part of the women's lives.
Such iconography showing the mythological figure of Leda being impregnated by the god in swan form was a fairly common decoration in homes in Pompeii and Herculaneum, two towns near present-day Naples that were destroyed in A.D.
When asked which (https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/aug/10/goodbye-orphan-black-feminist-utopia-2017-needs) Leda clone she had the most difficult time saying goodbye to, Maslany said that she was especially drawn to Helena, but it's Alison that she will miss the most.
Keywords: women, power, knowledge, "Leda and the Swan," W.B.
The duo launched LEDA Transport after Mr MacWhirter accepted a redundancy offer from his previous employer and saw a gap in the market for affordable, reliable and fast-track delivery services for business in the North East and beyond.
Leda: 60 Years In LATAM TV With Challenges Yet To Come
THE STORY: When 17-year-old Leda leaves Italy and arrives in 1913 Buenos Aires to marry her cousin Dante, she is devastated to learn that he has been killed in a labor dispute.
That is a lot of ground to cover, considering that the story seemingly revolves around a melodramatic setup: a dichotomized modern Filipino family, with an absentee father who is talked about but never seen, and the matriarch Leda (Irma Adlawan-Marasigan in a moving performance) holding court over a clan that has seen better days.
7) Ja na segunda estrofe, o eu lirico parece antecipar a voz de Leda, que alerta o leitor quanto aos atos de Lola:
org/) of the Local Economic Development Agency (LEDA) went live and is now available to the Namibian public and the world.