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LETHLethbridge (Canada)
LETHLethality
LETHLife Energy and Technology Holdings, Inc. (Utica, NY)
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"Right now, half their product is handled in Calgary and half in Lethbridge," explained Prairie Region Vice President Bruce Smashnuk.
From 14-8 down in the third against Lethbridge and Scottish international Sandra Watt, they saved three match points before winning 17-14.
This cross, including the same parents as for AC Black Diamond (Mundel et al., 2001), was performed under contract with AAFC at the Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Cali, Colombia, and consisted of crossing the upright Lethbridge line, LE93-7, with XAN 51 from CIAT; LE93-8, with the CIAT line DOR 391, and crossing the two resulting single-cross [F.sub.1]s to obtain a double-cross.
To this end, two meetings with band councils and institutes serving Native needs were held in Lethbridge in early fall.
In Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, the unemployment rate hovers at or below 4%.
For Victor Lethbridge, being shortlisted with authors who have followed their writing passion for years is accomplishment enough.
Black and white photographs by three University of Lethbridge art students will be featured in IihtIsInaakio'p (Camera), an art exhibition curated by Rob First Charger.
Lethbridge, a little prairie city in southern Alberta, was as enthusiastic as any.
of Lethbridge, Canada) and Winzer (early childhood education and special education, U.
Honourable mentions went to Constable Dave Dickson of the Vancouver Police Department, Constable Dameon Okposio of the Peel Regional Police, and to the nine-member Community Resources Unit of the Lethbridge Regional Police Service.
The presbytery includes Lethbridge, a city that was among the wildest in the West when it was incorporated in 1883, and Medicine Hat, a city whose name alone conjures up images (in cinemascope) of open plains and rugged mountains.