(n.) One who lets or permits; one who lets anything for hire.
(n.) One who retards or hinders.
(n.) A mark or character used as the representative of a sound, or of an articulation of the human organs of speech; a first element of written language.
(n.) A written or printed communication; a message expressed in intelligible characters on something adapted to conveyance, as paper, parchment, etc.; an epistle.
(n.) A writing; an inscription.
(n.) Verbal expression; literal statement or meaning; exact signification or requirement.
(n.) A single type; type, collectively; a style of type.
(n.) Learning; erudition; as, a man of letters.
(n.) A letter; an epistle.
(v. t.) To impress with letters; to mark with letters or words; as, a book gilt and lettered.
(1) Richard Bull Woodbridge, Suffolk • Why does Britain need Chinese money to build a new atomic generator ( Letters , 20 October)?
(2) Accuracy of discrimination of letters at various preselected distances was determined each session while Ortho-rater examinations were given periodically throughout training.
(3) She was not aware that it was an assassination attempt by alleged foreign agents.” If at least one of the women thought the killing was part of an elaborate prank, it might explain the “LOL” message emblazoned in large letters one of the killers t-shirts.
(4) And, according to a letter leaked to the BBC last week , he reckons he has found one: default-on.
(5) Fry's letter was also delivered to the Lausanne headquarters of the International Olympic Committee, by Guillaume Bonnet of the campaign group All Out .
(6) It’s gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, social background, and – most important of all, as far as I’m concerned – diversity of thought.” Diversity needs action beyond the Oscars | Letters Read more He may have provided the Richard Littlejohn wishlist from hell – you know the one, about the one-legged black lesbian in a hijab favoured by the politically correct – but as a Hollywood A-lister, the joke’s no longer on him.
(7) We have much more fighting to do!” Now Cherwell is preparing to publish letters or articles from other students who have been inspired to open up about their own ordeals.
(8) The reported study demonstrates that performance asymmetries between normal or reflected letters presented in the right and left visual field favors the right visual field when stimulus patterns are blocked and rotated 90 degrees clockwise and favors the left visual field when they are blocked and rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise.
(9) The letters of discharge or the case records were obtained for all patients under one year for the entire period and for all patients over one year for the period 1984-1986, a total of 627 persons.
(10) But under Comey’s FBI, the agency has continued to disregard the justice department’s legal opinion, and to this day, demands tech companies hand it all sorts of data under due-process free National Security Letters.
(11) The letter to Florence Nightingale was written by Bernita Decker as part of a nursing course assignment for our Nurse Educator advisor, Betty Pugh.
(12) A letter Acosta received warned her of a Snap cut of $11 for each family member in November.
(13) However, the law minister indicated he would allow the supreme court to approve a draft of the letter.
(14) These letters are also written during a period when Joyce was still smarting from the publishing difficulties of his earlier works Dubliners and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.” Gordon Bowker, Joyce’s biographer, agreed: “Joyce’s problem with the UK printers related to the fact that here in those days printers were as much at risk of prosecution on charges of publishing obscenities as were publishers, and would simply refuse to print them.
(15) The prime minister sent back a letter dismissing his allegations.
(16) She kept it up for three years, until her son's letters finally persuaded her to cut down to one day a week.
(17) The letter praised the company's progress in responding to the inspection.
(18) The letters, seen by Guardian Money, state that the French-owned company is conducting a review of customer records to make sure all its information is up to date.
(19) The day it opened in the US, three senators – senate select committee on intelligence chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, Carl Levin and John McCain – released a letter of protest to Sony Pictures's CEO, citing their committee's 6,000-page classified report on interrogation tactics and calling on him "to state that the role of torture in the hunt for Osama bin Laden is not based on the facts, but rather part of the film's fictional narrative".
(20) "Fifa received a letter via email and fax from the Costa Rica FA on March 24 with regards to the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier played on March 22 between USA and Costa Rica," Fifa said.
(a.) Giving admonition; instructing by way of caution; warning.
(n.) Admonition; warning; especially, a monition proceeding from an ecclesiastical court, but not addressed to any one person.
(1) Referred to as the "monitorial system," his method utilized students as monitors who performed many of the tasks normally undertaken by a teacher; it was used to teach classes that often exceeded a thousand students at one time.
(2) The lower prevalence of this electrophoretic form in presumably healthy individuals (p = 7%) and noncancer hospitalized patients (p = 30%) suggests that it may be useful as a diagnostic or monitory marker.
(3) Their plasma clofibrate and creatine kinase levels were constantly monitoried to detect clofibrate myotoxicity which we have observed in uremic patients at plasma levels generally considered safe in patients with normal renal function.
(4) Sixty-one monitorial assays of EGOT over 48 weeks supported the following interpretations.