from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a Baltic people constituting the main population of Latvia.
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- n. Latvian
- adj. Latvian
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A member of a branch of the Lithuanian or Lettic race, inhabiting chiefly the Russian provinces of Courland, Livonia, and Vitebsk. The Letts call themselves Latvis. See Lithuanian.
- n. The Lettish language; Lettic. See Lettish.
Interestingly, Judge Cole’s opinion in Lett had the support of Gibbons (a Bush II appointee) but not that of Forrester.
On page 9 Latsis, of the Extraordinary Commission, is accurately described as a Lett, but on page 23 he becomes a Jew.
_Kalevipoeg_ and in the popular tales, some of which we shall afterwards notice.] [Footnote 56: The term "Lett," which the Kalevide himself afterwards applies to the demon, seems to be used in contempt; otherwise the passage in the text might have been taken as equivalent to our old-fashioned expression, "It's all Greek to me."] [Footnote 57: Usually the devil's mother (or grandmother) is represented as a white mare.
A problem is that a large package may be worked on by many persons, but this is equally true of large experiments in science (I remember a paper in Phys Rev Lett with about 50 authors!)
The storm caused power outages earlier in the U.S. Virgin Islands, said Christine Lett, spokeswoman for the territory's emergency management agency.
Three of these decisions were unanimous (Berghuis v. Smith, Smith v. Spisak and Bobby v. Van Hook), one was 6 – 3 (Renico v. Lett).
Two more Sixth Circuit habeas cases remain, Renico v. Lett and Berghuis v. Thompkins.
He hired Bryan Applewhite as running backs coach, Leon Lett as defensive tackles coach, Jason Nichols as receivers coach, Brandon Shelby as quarterbacks coach and Adam Waugh as safeties coach.
Instead, Leon Lett came barreling through a group ofDolphins players and attempted toscoop up the ball.
During a very snowy and cold game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins, Leon Lett committed the goof that he is better known for than his own impressive career.