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LALos Angeles
LALouisiana (US postal abbreviation)
LALove Always
LALatin America
LALibrary Association (UK)
LALiving Area
LALocation Area
LALanguage Arts
LALane
LALimited Availability
LALeft Arm
LALancaster (UK post codes)
LALarge Animal
LALocal Authority
LALouis Armstrong (singer)
LALance Armstrong (cyclist)
LAListing Agent
LALoan Amount
LALaos
LALegislative Assembly
LALicense Application
LALoan Agreement
LALiberal Arts
LALandscape Architect
LALate Arrival
LALimited Area (security)
LALucas Arts
LALao People's Democratic Republic
LALos Alamos (publication)
LALead Acid (batteries)
LALower Alabama
LALibrary Assistant
LAAnnual Leave
LALeft Atrium (heart chamber)
LALow Alcohol (beer)
LALawrence Academy (Massachusetts, USA)
LALadies Auxiliary (VFW)
LALost Abbey (San Marcos, CA brewery)
LALow Altitude
LALegislative Affairs
LALink's Awakening (video game)
LALanthanum
LALegislative Assistant
LALinear Actuator (motors)
LALoad Allocation
LALinoleic Acid
LALauantai (Finnish: Saturday)
LALocal Application
LALinear Analysis
LALethbridge, Alberta (Canada)
LALog Analyzer (software)
LALightening Arrester (electricity)
LALaunch Approval (US NASA)
LALactobacillus Acidophilus
LALead Auditor
LALaunch Area (space centers; various locations)
LALavochkin (Soviet aircraft designer)
LALogistics Analyst
LALost Animal
LALife Assured (insurance)
LALead Agent
LALittle Athletics (QLAA)
LALymphoma Association (UK)
LALoad Address (IBM)
LALenkungsausschuss (German: steering committee)
LALinea Aerea Nacional (Lan-Chile, IATA airline code)
LALeptomeningeal Angioma (Sturge Weber syndrome)
LALewiston/Auburn, Maine
LALandscape Area (zoning)
LALightning Attack (gaming)
LALateral Area (geometry)
LALagrange Academy (LaGrange, GA)
LALink Adaptation (wireless communications)
LALow Approach
LALaboratory of Anthropology (Museum of New Mexico)
LALetter of Authority
LALaser Annealing
LALocal Alarm
LALine Adapter
LALumen Area
LALight Assist (nursing)
LALeukotriene Antagonist
LALearning Aptitude
LALength-For-Age
LALiverpool Arms (UK)
LALow-Alarm
LALevel Absolute
LALeap Attack (Diablo II game)
LALegend Arena (online game)
LALaboratorios América (Correction! Guatemala Central America)
LALlama Alliance (gaming clan)
LALocator Arm
LALupic Anticoagulant
LALetter of Activation
LALow Angle Detachment Zone
LALinguoaxial
LALaboratorios América SA (Spanish, Colombia)
LALicensie d'Arts
LALinear Adaline Algorithm
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Caption: ABOVE: Cadet Kendra Dawson from Lethbridge, Alberta, gets a birds-eye view from the top of a tall ship while performing her regular duties.
Archbishop-elect Gagnon was born in Lethbridge, Alberta in 1948 and studied at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, followed by seminary studies at the Pontifical Beda College in Rome.
Mary Reservoir, southwest of Lethbridge, Alberta. Len began this research in the late 1990s, working primarily in conjunction with Drs.
Approximately 500 former Sun Life employees will transition to the new company, which will maintain facilities in Wellesley as well as Waterford, Ireland, and Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
Approximately 500 Sun Life employees will make the transition to Delaware Life, which will maintain offices in Wellesley Mass., Waterford, Conn., Ireland and Lethbridge, Alberta. Delaware Life will now be responsible for 450,000 in-force policies.
KURTIS HEWSON (hewsonk@shaw.ca) is an education faculty associate at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.
The deal includes a 142,000 square foot plant in Lethbridge, Alberta, which produces a variety of items including french fries and specialty potato products.
PW, $1,216,614 in Lethbridge, Alberta; Chilliwack, Dawson Creek, Penticton and Prince George, B.C.
The bank said that it has opened a full-service branch at 378 University Drive in Lethbridge, Alberta. The branch has an open-concept that offers customers extended banking hours, including Saturdays.
Hale is a professor of political science at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta. Distributed in the US by the University of Washington Press.
(1) Alex Johnston, Canada's Wars and the Cenotaph in Galt Gardens, Lethbridge, Alberta, 1985.