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ligger

1. A horizontal timber secured to uprights and supporting floor timbers, scaffolding, or the like; a ledger.
2. A long stick (often of willow) used along the ridge of a thatched roof.
3. A mortar board.
4. A board pathway over a ditch.
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The bedrooms in these flats measure only 48 sq ft as compared to those in LIG flats that measure anywhere between 120 and 130 sq ft.
Mr Michael Moore, chairman of LIG, said: "As part of a larger, multinational healthcare company we will have the critical mass and strengthened market presence necessary to realise the full potential of our leading brands.
But the FDA didn't force the company to recall any packages with the label, because LIG, the world's leading condom maker with 1996 sales of about $500 million, claimed financial hardship.
The four characteristics of LIG apartments accelerate depreciation.
Although LIG saw an improvement in its long-term risk loss ratio in fiscal year 2011, the loss ratio remains high relative to the major non-life insurers.
LIG Assets, which zeroes in on sectors such as real estate, entertainment andA hospitality, will be transferring a portfolio of operating assets into THCB, the investment company's president Jeff Love said.
LIG Assets, which zeroes in on sectors such as real estate, entertainment and hospitality, will be transferring a portfolio of operating assets into THCB, the investment company's president Jeff Love said.
The main part of the production on the project will be done at LIG Nex1 under a localisation agreement with Saab.
Subhankar Mitra, AVP, Strategy Consulting, Jones Lang LaSalle- Meghraj, said, " EWS or LIG might have irregular source of income.
Chief executive Nick Hodges, who has consistently predicted strong profit growth thanks to greater demand for his products in an era of safe sex, is said by some at LIG to be close to resigning.