LEL


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LEL

Abbreviation for:
large extracellular loop
lower explosive limit  
lowest effect level
lymphoepithelial lesion
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LEL offers an array of equipment services throughout the US, including asset recovery, quality equipment sales, and material recycling.
LEL repeats her lament in the same issue of the Scrap-Book, inspired by an engraving by Daniel Maclise of 'The Hall of Glennaquoich', (5) one of the settings in Waverley.
Lel was one of 11 siblings, she had seven brothers and three sisters, but only the sisters now survive.
But Lel is back for another tilt at the title in 2013 with a desire to run at the highest level that appears to be as strong as ever, overcoming injury to bid for an Olympic marathon place last year.
Nyungdeng's grandson, Gai Lel Ngundeng, lived in Canada for many years and recently returned to South Sudan and lives in Juba.
9 February 2012 - Egypt-based investment firm Arabiyya Lel Estithmaraat (AIC) has offloaded its 9.56% holding in local investment bank Beltone Financial Holding, AIC said today.
Runners from Kenya and Ethiopia will be aiming to maintain their dominance at this year's Dubai Marathon with favourite and three-time London Marathon winner Martin Lel back in top form after an injury and last year's women's champion Asselefech Medessa returning to defend her title.
The 26-year-old broke away around 21 miles with three-time winner Martin Lel and Patrick Makau making it a clean sweep for Kenya.
The 26-year-old, second here last year, broke away around 21 miles with threetime winner Martin Lel and Patrick Makau making it a clean sweep for Kenya, Lel just edging out his compatriot in a sprint finish with both men given the same time (2:05.45).
The 26-year-old, second last year, broke away around 21 miles with three-time winner Martin Lel and Patrick Makau making it a clean sweep for Kenya, Lel just edging out his compatriot in a sprint finish with both men given the same time (2:05.45).
ATHLETICS KENYA'S Martin Lel hopes to put two years of injury problems behind him to win an unprecedented fourth Virgin London Marathon title on Sunday.