(a.) Applied to certain mute consonants, as p, k, and t (or Gr. /, /, /).
(n.) The smooth breathing (spiritus lenis).
(n.) Any one of the lene consonants, as p, k, or t (or Gr. /, /, /).
(1) With Lene Mykjaland having rather less room for manoeuvre than before, the Lionesses at least mustered the odd attacking move.
(2) "It's true that there seems to be more and more of these extreme cases of blooming jellyfish," said Lene Moller, a researcher at the Swedish Institute for the Marine Environment.
(3) The Danish foreign minister, Lene Espersen, said she cannot take direct action against Lundbeck because the drug is produced by a plant in Kansas.
(v. t.) To lose.
(1) Thailand’s monarchy is protected by some of the world’s strictest lese-majeste laws.
(2) This enzyme was purified 10.5-fold over the induced lese, EC 126.96.36.199) by substrate-specificity studies.
(3) Thailand’s lese-majesty legislation is the one of the world’s harshest, carrying a 15-year jail sentence for an offence.
(4) Despite comparable levels of adult fatness, measured by triceps skinfold thickness, heights of Efe males and females were lower than those of the Lese.
(5) For some the complaining is fun – never mind the lese-majesty of Fearne Cotton and the sick bag, or the lack of gravitas charges levelled at Tess Daly, what about John Sergeant's flat cap?
(6) They were each charged with one count of lese majeste linked to the play, which marked the 40th anniversary of a pro-democracy student protest at the university that was crushed by the military regime in October 1973.
(7) Currently swelling their number are supporters of Jeremy Corbyn, who signed a petition calling for Laura Kuenssberg, the BBC political editor, to be sacked for lese-majesty against the Dear Leader.
(8) Researchers compared 1980-87 data on rainfall, garden size, nutritional status, ovarian function, and births among the Lese subsistence farmers and the nomadic Efe pygmies who lived in the Ituri Forest in northeast Zaire to analyze the ecology of human birth seasonality.
(9) Weights and heights, expressed as percentages of the 50th percentile for age and sex, were significantly lower (P less than .001) in Efe males and females than among Lese males and females, but weights for height did not differ significantly.
(10) In order to establish staging of cataract development in Emory mice, in vivo observation of crystallaine leses of 366 eyes in 183 Emory mice were performed with the slit-lamp microscope from the time of opening of the lid fissure to the age of 12 months.
(11) While the Efe have an overall goiter prevalence of 9.4%, the Lese have a goiter prevalence of 42.9%.
(12) Ovarian function is examined in 35 Lese women inhabiting the Ituri Forest of northeastern Zaire over a period of 4 months through measurements of progesterone in saliva samples collected twice weekly.
(13) The junta has said that the military now has the jurisdiction to intervene in all legal cases – including lese-majesty and national security cases – and has warned civilians and the media against posting anything on social media that could be deemed a threat to national security.
(14) Over 150 civilians are facing military tribunal, 62 are being charged with lese-majesty offences, 38 charged with sedition and 85 prosecuted for violating the junta’s ban on political gathering of five or more persons.
(15) Furthermore, Efe women living in Lese villages and subsisting on a Lese diet have a prevalence of goiter similar to that of forest-living Efe women.
(16) It is suggested that low ovulatory frequency and luteal insufficiency contribute to the low fecundity of the Lese population and that nutritional status is likely to be one of the ecological factors modulating this effect.
(17) Although the army has said detentions will last no longer than a week, observers fear they are merely a means to stifle dissent against the takeover, because many of those summoned include members of the former cabinet, including the former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and her supporters, and those who appear to have been outwardly critical of Thailand's lese-majesty law, which protects the monarchy.
(18) This is exactly this sort of public irreverence, bordering on lese-majesty, that grim Xi fears most.
(19) Critics say the lese majeste law has been used as a tool to suppress political dissent, noting that many of those charged have been linked to the opposition Red Shirt movement.
(20) Lese women experienced considerably fewer conceptions during the periods with poor food availability than during other months (p=.002).