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leet

verb An obsolete Middle English term meaning to exude, as in eczema; it is not used in the working medical parlance.

low-energy emission therapy

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LEET

An alternative treatment for sleep disorders in which the oral mucosa is stimulated by low-wattage electromagnetic fields.
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Warwick Court Leet was established in 1554 to uphold law and order in the town - which involved making sure food and drink in the town was fit for consumption.
Leets succeeds Nancy Loewe, who will continue to serve as the Company's chief strategy officer.
I have the right to have court leets, who had rights of 'frankpledge' [sharing of responsibility] and I hold court with 12 men of the manor who were either born into it or appointed.
Research has also examined the influence of political campaign factors, such as political advertising or campaign coverage in American elections (Cohen & Davis, 1991; Lang, 1995; Meirick, 2000; Ognianova, Meeds, Thorson, & Coyle, 1996; Paek, Pan, Sun, Abisaid, & Houden, 2005; Rucincki & Salmon, 1990; Shah, Faber, Youn, & Rojas, 1997; Stenbjerre & Leets, 1997) as well as those from campaigns and elections in other countries, such as Australia (Duck, Hogg & Terry, 1995) and Taiwan (Hu & Wu, 1996; 1997).
Pat Rollins; crew chief AMH1 Marty Crews; and ADC Frank Leets and HMCS Bryce Schuldt--flew to Bellingham International Airport, Wash.
com < Type of Organization: < Private < Industry: < Advertising < Key Executives: < CEO: Randy Jaramillo < CMO: Tim Leets < Chief Marketing Officer < Contact: < Tim Leets Phone: < 949-581-2840 Email: < tim@hothand.
CUTLINE: Holy Cross' Castan Sommer has his shot stopped by Army goalie Ryan Leets, who is being backed up by Shane Hearn.
Panelists will include moderator Cheng Cohen LLC Counsel Lacey Cordero and speakers Maryland Attorney General's Office Assistant Attorney General Dale Cantone, Office of the Illinois Attorney General's Assistant Attorney General Cassandra Karimi, California Department of Corporations Senior Corporations Counsel Theresa Leets and Federal Trade Commission Franchise Rule Coordinator Craig Tregillus.
1996; Rucincki & Salmon, 1990; Salwen & Driscoll, 1997; Stenbjerre & Leets 1997; Tiedge et al.
According to Anne Leets, Vice President, Retail Sales and Marketing for 1-800-FLOWERS: "Women prefer flowers in softer pastel colors like pale pinks and purples while men tend to choose flowers with bold primary colors.