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LEIEList of Excluded Individuals/Entities (US DHHS)
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A good way to cover the main sights is to follow the self-guided walking tour leaflet which is free from the tourist office - or download a copy from www.visitgent.be Take a boat trip along the River Leie that winds through the city (adults pounds 5.70, children pounds 3).
Head for the St Michielsburg Bridge, which spans the Leie River, the banks of which are lined with beautiful old Guild houses, open air cafes and bars, giving the place something of a Mediterranean feel.
Archaeological sites dated to this period, such as Siimusaare, Moksi, Umbusi, Leie, Lalsi, etc., have yielded evidence of settlers not knowing arable farming.
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The nearly 15,000 persons who have been found to have violated the statute over the past three years are put on the List of Excluded Individuals and Entities (LEIE) compiled by the Inspector General's Office of the Department of Health and Human Services.
The Titans were earlier dismissed for 354 with the young Lions leg spinner Eddie Leie returning a franchise career best return of 5/93.
It's also a major port, on the Leie and Ketel Rivers.
The city is on the confluence of the Rivers Scheldt and Leie, and you get splendid views on guided boat tours.
Interlink Alliance side Oldbury led thanks to a seventh minute Leroy Murphy penalty but went in at the break all square after Leie Bajada equalised midway through the half.