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BLEL

Benign lymphoepithelial lesion. An autoimmune condition characterised by a proliferation of epithelial and lymphoid cells, which primarily affects the lacrimal and salivary (primarily parotic) glands, which is is often linked to Sjögren syndrome. Sometimes preferred as myoepithelial sialadenitis or Mikulicz disease.
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Measures which can be claimed for under LESA need not necessarily be complicated - simple measures such as cavity wall and loft insulation and draught proofing all qualify.
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Landlords can claim LESA on expenditure incurred up to April 1, 2015, when the availability of the allowance will end.
The LESA method has several advantages over other methods such as agro-ecological zones (AEZ) (Rossiter, 2003), fertility capability classification (FCC) (Rossiter, 2003), and soil potential ratings (SPR) (Rossiter, 2003) among others, because it is a procedure and framework that can be refined and calibrated locally (Dung, 2003a; Hobbler et al., 2003; INRCOG, 2003; Steiner, 2003).
Dow acquired the basic LESA chemistry from a European university.
Geographic information systems (GIS) combined with land evaluation and site assessment (LESA) enhances land-use planning by delivering a versatile and dynamic model to assist state policy and decision makers, county and local officials, landowners and interested citizens in making wise land management decisions.