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leer

[ler]
(engineering)
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Mr Leer will formally graduate from the program, alongside fellow participates, at a ceremony at Dublin Cast[e next month.
This new report from the Bernard van Leer Foundation prompts new ways of thinking about young children and how attitudes toward diversity are formed.
Focus, formed by Van Leer in the fledgling Amsterdam rock scene in 1969 started playing in canal-side bars and waterside 'brown houses' (old pubs).
Our particular cap was based on Leer's 100XL series model and came with full-length contoured windows with dark-tinted glass--great for keeping the heat down during the summer and discouraging prying eyes.
The LT2000 covers are produced from Telene outers that Leer reaction injection molds and high-strength honeycomb-like ABS inners that are vacuum formed.