LEHO

AcronymDefinition
LEHOLadakh Environment and Health Organisation
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(a) Department of Geology, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, University of Tartu, Ravila 14A, 50411 Tartu, Estonia; kairi.poldsaar@ut.ee, leho.ainsaar@ut.ee, oive.tinn@ut.ee
(3) Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences and Natural History Museum, University of Tartu, 46 Vanemuise St., Tartu, 51014 Estonia; leho.tedersoo@ut.ee
From the mountains the kua leho carried the wood to the coast where it was stored in either government or merchant warehouses.
After the death of Ket in 1894, his relative, Leho:ng Lih Jiw Ba:ng or "Aji Intan," succeeded him as chief until 1905.
The starting motivation for this comparison was Leho Vork's (1972) impressionistic description of some differences between Estonian and Finnish short/single plosives.
What made these lacunae abundantly clear was the contrast with greenhouses built by non-governmental organizations like LEHO or the Ladakh Education and Health Organization.
12123434 BABADUDU (Nigeria), KIKIGOGO (Burkina Faso), LOLONENE (locality--Vanuatu), MAMASISI (pan--Botswana), PUPUDADA, Leho (Nigeria), TITICACA (lake--Peru), ULUL-NONO (estate--Papua NG)
Seven Oaks Fishery 01446 775474 THE year has started with some cracking sport with rainbow trout as Cardiff fly fisherman Steve Leho can confirm after he landed and returned 20 fish to 5lb.
This concept was developed in 1998 to make greenhouses using local material," said Tashi Thokmat, Deputy Director, Ladakh Environment and Health Organization (LEHO).
(b) Department of Geology, University of Tartu, Ravila 14a, 50411 Tartu, Estonia; Leho.Ainsaar@ut.ee, Tonu.Meidla@ut.ee