SLEC

AcronymDefinition
SLECSequential Logic Equivalence Checking
SLECSoftware de Libre Redistribución y Educación en Colombia
SLECSouth Louisiana Economic Council
SLECState Level Empowered Committee (India)
SLECSlavica Ecclestone Corporation
SLECState Libertarian Executive Committee (Texas)
SLECState Law Enforcement Coalition
SLECSheep Lice Eradication Campaign
SLECSatellite Local Exchange Carrier
SLECSummary List of Equipage Changes
SLECSocial Labor and Education Center (Vietnam)
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A between-groups comparison was performed with the multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) test to verify the main effects and interaction effects between the two factors, group (ballet dancers, non-dancers) and postural task (SLEO, SLEC).
SLEC is a holding company owning all the rights in the Formula One Group.
Speed and SLEC are challenging the appointment by Bambino two years ago of Swiss nationals Luc Argand and Emmanuele Argand-Rey as directors of FOH.
The GPWC (Grand Prix World Championship) organisation, made up of the five car manufacturers threatening to set up a rival series from 2008, have reached agreement with Ecclestone and the banks which have a 75 per cent shareholding in SLEC, the Formula One holding company.
The GPWC (Grand Prix World Championship) organisation, made up of the five car manufacturers threatening to set-up a rival series from 2008, have reached agreement with Ecclestone and the banks which have a 75 per cent shareholding in SLEC, the Formula One holding company.
One leaflet prepared and mailed out by SLEC on behalf of the candidates warned voters that "time is running out" to "take back our school board." Another flyer for the Slay team promised improved safety "by returning discipline to the St.
What: Owns 75% of Formula One racing rights holder SLEC Holding Ltd.
As owner of SLEC, the firm that distributes income from the sport, Bernie Eccleston pulls all the major strings in F1 but Dennis is not interested in his job.
German media company EM.TV and pay-TV operator Kirch-Gruppe have together built up a 75 percent stake in SLEC, the company once owned by Formula One racing supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
Formula One's car makers are threatening to set up a rival championship due to their objection to SLEC's (the German company that owns Formula One's rights) plans to transfer the races from free TV to pay-TV.
The 69-year-old added an incredible pounds 617million to his billionaire status, thanks largely to the sale of 50 per cent of his SLEC Holdings company.