LEST


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LESTLarge Earth-based Solar Telescope
LESTLoisir, Environnement, Sport, Tourisme (French: Recreation, Environment, Sport, Tourism; various universities)
LESTLarge European Solar Telescope (Earth Survey)
LESTLaw Enforcement Support Team
LESTLotus Elise Swiss Trophy (motorsport championship)
LESTLow Energy Speech Transmission
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This instrument was based on three indictors such as IR (Institutional Reputation), LEST (Learning Environment and Study Timing) and AR (Availability of Resources).
And everyone felt that Lest we Forget was the most appropriate title," said Dr Bambling.
A touching tribute spreads along the back of Lest We Forget - snippets of war poetry from Wilfred Owen, Robert Graves and Henry Reed.
the top five lest favourable nations were North Korea, Israel, Iran, Pakistan and Nigeria.
'Instead of grabbing a 'lest we forget' photo at War Memorials once a year, why doesn't the Government remember them for the other 11 months 30 days?
Janet Boulter: Lest we forget , god bless them all!!
Hisham Zaman, the Kurdish-Norwegian filmmaker who picked up a Black Pearl for his short "Bawke" at Abu Dhabi's inaugural lest in 2007, returned triumphant this year with his full-length "Before Snowfall," which won the prize for best film from the Arab World.
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Beware lest these days pass by in vain such as the previous ones did!
The Republicans controlling my state (Ohio) are pushing to produce as much as possible as soon as possible lest we miss out on the boom, and with minimal regulation of and payments from energy companies (lest they pursue their part of the boom somewhere else), all without thinking that whatever we don't produce in the next decade is no less usable and valuable in subsequent years.
A durable fiscal adjustment is needed, lest the deficit get entrenched at an unsustainably high level, and productivity-enhancing reforms should be accelerated, lest growth fail to recover."