LET


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AcronymDefinition
LETLetter (File Name Extension)
LETLadies European Tour (golf)
LETLinear Energy Transfer
LETLaw Enforcement Training (various locations)
LETLashkar-E-Taiba (terrorist organization in Pakistan)
LETLean Enterprise Transformation
LETLearning, Education and Training (Internet technologies)
LETLeading Edge Technologies
LETLeaving Early Today (office correspondence)
LETLeadership Executive Team (various organizations)
LETLaw Enforcement Team
LETLicensure Examination for Teachers (Philippines)
LETLive Entertainment Tax
LETLight Emitting Transistor
LETLeadership Education Training (JROTC cadet years in the program)
LETLead Employer Trust (UK)
LETLepidoptera of Ethiopia
LETLow Energy Telescope (NASA)
LETLeukocyte Esterase Test
LETLight Equipment Transporter
LETLake Erie Transit (Monroe, MI)
LETLeading Edge Tracking
LETLidocaine, Epinephrine and Tetracaine (topical anesthetic)
LETLes Enfant Terrible (gaming, Metal Gear Solid)
LETLine Equipment Transfer
LETLogistics Escape Trunk
LETLogistics Escape Trunk (US Trident Submarine SSBN 726 Class)
LETLaunch Effects Trainer
LETLast Expected Time
LETLogical Equipment Table
LETLight Emitting Triode (electronics)
LETLeticia, Colombia - Gen Av Cobo (Airport Code)
LETLevel Electrical Transmitter
LETLogical Exchange Termination (Cisco)
References in classic literature ?
At first Rapunzel was terribly frightened when a man, such as her eyes had never yet beheld, came to her; but the king's son began to talk to her quite like a friend, and told her that his heart had been so stirred that it had let him have no rest, and he had been forced to see her.
In carrying so many together she let one fall at the feet of the barber, who took it up, curious to know whose it was, and found it said, "History of the Famous Knight, Tirante el Blanco."
I am of opinion it should not be burned, but that it should be cleared of all that about the sage Felicia and the magic water, and of almost all the longer pieces of verse: let it keep, and welcome, its prose and the honour of being the first of books of the kind."
"As for that of the Salamancan," replied the curate, "let it go to swell the number of the condemned in the yard, and let Gil Polo's be preserved as if it came from Apollo himself: but get on, gossip, and make haste, for it is growing late."
"No Pastor that," said the curate, "but a highly polished courtier; let it be preserved as a precious jewel."
"If there were not so many of them," said the curate, "they would be more relished: this book must be weeded and cleansed of certain vulgarities which it has with its excellences; let it be preserved because the author is a friend of mine, and out of respect for other more heroic and loftier works that he has written."
"The author of that book, too," said the curate, "is a great friend of mine, and his verses from his own mouth are the admiration of all who hear them, for such is the sweetness of his voice that he enchants when he chants them: it gives rather too much of its eclogues, but what is good was never yet plentiful: let it be kept with those that have been set apart.
"Let's never tell anyone," said the Story Girl, as we reached home.
"Let us see how the night is, though," said the landlord, who also considered himself personally concerned in this proposition.
But if there's to be any jealousy and envying about going to Kench's in the rain, let them go as like it--you won't get me to go, I can tell you."
She said afterwards that she had never seen in all her life such a face as the King made, when he found himself held in the air by an invisible hand, and being dusted: he was far too much astonished to cry out, but his eyes and his mouth went on getting larger and larger, and rounder and rounder, till her hand shook so with laughing that she nearly let him drop upon the floor.
Let's have a look at the garden first!' She was out of the room in a moment, and ran down stairs--or, at least, it wasn't exactly running, but a new invention of hers for getting down stairs quickly and easily, as Alice said to herself.