FLED


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AcronymDefinition
FLEDForeign Language Education Department (Turkey)
FLEDFamily Life Education Department (Washington)
FLEDFlashing Light Emitting Diode (electronics)
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The cherry-tree was dead, for its dryad had gone,--fled, said evil tongues, fled away to the town!
Some few fled, indeed, but the wolves hunted them by gaze and scent, and pulled them down before they passed the gates of the kraal.
Now Umslopogaas turned and fled swiftly, bounding over the dead and the wolves who preyed upon them, and the captain followed with uplifted spear, and mocked him as he came.
And from Sitka, Old Kinoos, who was Young Kinoos in those days, fled away with me, a babe in his arms, along the islands in the midst of the sea.
"But wherever we fled, and however far we fled, always did we find the hated Russian folk.
He, the enlightened man who looks afar in the dark, had fled because of his superior perceptions and knowledge.
On the con- trary, he had fled as fast as his legs could carry him; and he was but an ordinary squirrel, too-- doubtless no philosopher of his race.
In the consciousness of that, my terror fled as a cruel dream.
All that night Werper fled farther and farther into the heart of the wilderness.
But although Cathullin fled, between Fingal and Swaran battle was renewed till darkness fell.
'Brother, little brother, come to me,' the swifter he fled after his brothers the wolves, and the heavier grew his skin, till, with a long howl, he vanished into the depths of the forest.
But perhaps--perhaps--he is no longer there!--Yet how could he have fled?--Was I not in possession of his ladder?