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leet

1 English history
1. a special kind of manorial court that some lords were entitled to hold
2. the jurisdiction of this court

leet

2
Scot a list of candidates for an office

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Automotive commentators in the US and the UK have interpreted that as meaning Mr Leet will be telling Mr Ford what operations to get rid of -with Jaguar, or PAG as a whole - topping the hit list.
The newspaper also claimed that Mr Leet would be looking at potential asset sales or alliances with other companies - suggestions that Ford would neither confirm nor deny.
The guest list also included members of the House of Commons, the Chairman of Visit Heart of England, Sir William Lawrence, the High Bailiff of the Alcester Court Leet and numerous councillors and officers.
The other two on the short leet are Garvock House in Dunfermline, who have implemented an effective in- house training programme, and The Glen Lui, Ballater, who have focused on an innovative training approach which earned them Investors in People accreditation.
Back row, representing the tournament sponsors, are Peter Beddoes (Wright Hassall solicitors), David Matthews (Sheraton Leet property developers) and David Burton (Guy Salmon Jaguar).
Kenilworth developer, Sheraton Leet has come up with a winter package deal for would-be investors.
Cash Asmussen is an interesting booking for Return of Amin, another soft ground specialist, and is one for the short leet.
Chris Bowen, 44, supply teacher, of Court Leet, Binley Woods, believed falling pupil numbers would only be temporary, adding: "What's the point of cutting back when they are only going to have to re-employ new teachers?
Two candidates have already been seen by Murray, and word from down south last night indicated a shock name on the Ibrox short leet could be Chelsea boss Ruud Gullit.