LULI


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LULILaboratoire pour l'Utilisationdes Lasers Intenses (French: Laboratory for the Use of Intense Lasers)
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That's why most of Little Luli's clothes are minimalist in design and color to have longer mileage-with the hopes that the clothes will grow with your kids.
Luli struggles to find her friend before it is too late, concerned that she might have gotten into trouble with the boy who got her pregnant: a bride trafficker, Yong.
The nature of this juramento, which was a blood oath, is considered luli (N: sacred), and is regularly invoked as the basis of ritual and political relations between the descendants of the Burmeta and Beli/Daralari.
Hannah Cutheerson 0 1 1, Alexa Sroloeitt 3 1 8, Rebecca Ritley 9 1 25, Chloe Hanlan 2 0 4, Luli Ocasio 3 0 8, Kaitlyn Petrocelli 2 1 5.
Said Abu Luli, a 13-year-old Palestinian boy whose father was killed in an electrical accident in 2009, said he was disappointed he could not make the trip.
At LULI -- the Laboratoire pour l'Utilisation des Lasers Intenses -- in France, scientists hit a plastic sample with laser light which set the electrons at the target's core in motion, transforming the solid plastic object into conductive plasma.
The terms luli or lulik exist not just in Idate, the language spoken in the Laclubar subdistrict, but also in many other East Timorese languages: for example, lulik is falun in Makassae, tei in Fataluku, po in Bunak, and luli in Kemak and Naueti (McWilliam et al.
In Luli book, The World That Made Mandela, I am quoted as saying that he gave "a generous reading of the racial situation in this country".
Whenever it rains, Luli prays that her house won't be swept away.
Front row: Sam Green, Ellis Thompson, Oliver Rogan, Charlie Newland, Isaac Luli, Michael Brown