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LELecce (italy)
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LELake Erie (Great Lakes)
LELimit(s) of Error
LELess than or Equal to (computer math)
LELife Expectancy
LELeading Edge
LELeicester (postcode, United Kingdom)
LELegal Entity
LEEgyptian Pound
LELab Equipment
LELife Extension
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LELast Exile (anime)
LELight Equipment
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LELupus Erythematosus
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LELiving Education
LELower Extremity
LELocal Exchange
LELife Estate (inheritance)
LELubrication Engineers (Fort Worth, TX)
LELean Enterprise (management model)
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LELearning Express (toy store)
LELater Edit
LELate Entry
LESierra Leone Leone (national currency)
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LELeucine-Enkephalin (opioid peptide neurotransmitter)
LELateral Epicondylitis
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LELadder Edition (gaming)
LELow Efficiency
LELuxury Edition
LELAN Emulation
LELegendary Event ((Fallensword gaming)
LELead Equivalent
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LELactation Educator
LELaser Engineer
LELiquid-Expanded (physics)
LELanguage Extender (Microsoft Windows CE)
LELaunch Escape
LELyapunov Exponent
LELinear Error
LELawful Evil (gaming)
LELogic Element
LELaptop Environment
LELow Explosive
LELink Enable(d)
LELoteprednol Etabonate
LELouisiana Eastern (railroad)
LELink Encapsulation (ATM)
LELocus Equations
LELong Eireannach (Gaelic: Ship of Ireland)
LELil’ Ethan (character in NBC's Passions)
LELudus Equinus (gaming website)
LELimited Egress
LEListener Echo-Loss
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Tenders are invited for Pvms no 250201 apron lead vinyl rubber with heavy duty nylon reinforced seams and padded shoulder, minimum 0.5 mm lead equivalent.
The standard practice during fluoroscopy is to wear an apron of at least 0.25 mm lead or lead equivalent along with a thyroid collar of at least the same thickness.[1] Unfortunately, at 0.25 mm of lead or lead equivalent only 66% of the beam is attenuated at 75 kVp, with 51% attenuation at 100 kVp.
protective screen x-ray protective large single (lead equivalent 2.