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fleam

[flēm]
(design engineering)
The angle of bevel of the edge of the teeth of a saw with respect to the plane of the blade.
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However, Leat (2007) and Dannis (2008) in their different studies have indicated that this resisting attitude of the trade unions towards the foreign investors started changing since 2000 as this development is being growingly accepted as an imminent and unavoidable phenomenon in most of the growth oriented countries.
The leat is an artificial channel dug out to the side of the main water course, the River Colwyn.
Leat filmed shocking scenes of abuse involving five carefully selected girls over the course of five years at a school in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset.
Leat, of Bloomfield Road, Bristol, had previously admitted the abuse of five girls and pleaded guilty to 36 offences, including the attempted rape of a child and carrying out sexual assaults on children.
The videos, in most of which Leat could be seen, showed girls were abused in the school's staff room and a resource room.
Anheier (public affairs, UCLA, and London School of Economics) and Leat (CASS Business School, London, UK) argue that current approaches in philanthropy are not effective enough and that foundations in the US, UK, Europe, and Australia need to transform themselves for the twenty-first century.
The former head allegedly extended his daughter Katherine Leat's part-time contract and made her head of drama without consulting governors, he approved a pay rise for his former wife, Susan Wealthall, and dealt personally with her request for paid leave to visit the Holy Land and recruited his son-in-law, Stephen Leat, as a PE instructor without properly assessing his ability to do the job.
Front row: Conor Leat, Ryan Turner, Nial Flanagan, Andy Morris.
La cantante Cindy Lauper quien fuera estrella en los anos 80 regresa con una nueva produccion discografica titulada At Leat (Al menos .
She also extended her streak to 22 games in which she has made at leat one 3-pointer.
Given such a spate of textbooks, the emergence of yet another one as reflected in the work of Hollinshead and Leat which looks at human resource developments in nine countries - Germany, France, Italy, The Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia and the USA - necessitates an evaluation of whether it has anything new to offer.
Second, both extaat witnesses to the text of Hali Meithhad agree in reading leat in the passage quoted above: ~In heore ring, per Godd seolf aad his deore moder, pe deorewurthe meiden, pe heouealiche cwea, leat in pet eadi trume of schimminde meidnes .