LEGILocal Enterprise Growth Initiative (UK)
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Galba undid himself by that speech, legi a se militem, non emi; for it put the soldiers out of hope of the donative.
When we reached between Yari and Legi nearing to Jombo area, we saw one gun man appear in front of us and told us to stop," narrated a survivor.
[RCAXII 8827] Legi in montibus Guada/rramae.//Die 15 Julii anno 1838.
LEGI is a government programme which aims to release the economic and productivity potential of the most deprived local areas across the country through enterprise and investment, thereby boosting local incomes and employment opportunities, and building sustainable communities.
They have been developed by using funding from the LEGI scheme, and supported by Wansbeck Enterprise Education Network.
In acest sens, prin legea fundamentala in general, dar printr-un sistem de coduri si legi speciale, a reglementat fiecare domeniu al vietii sociale, stabilind regulile pe baza carora se poate dezvolta si afirma un popor cu toate valorile sale materiale si spirituale.
It was suggested by market traders after they received a range of business support services and special funding by Legi enabling stallholders to raise the profile of their businesses.
The Cradley Heath firm hosted the 2007 annual conference for the Ars Legis international legal network at the Burlington Hotel, New Street.
The LEGI areas will share pounds 22m between them over the next decade, to kick start new businesses and support existing ones.
The company, which employs six people, has a number of high-profile contracts locally with projects such as the Local Enterprise Growth Initi-ative (Legi) and organisations including Business Link, Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Partnership, Warwick University and a myriad of schools and colleges.
The Legi software also features 32bit-memory capacity for maximum power and speed, plus RS285 communication, which enables up to 60 printers within a 3km radius to be centrally controlled.