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- v. Present participle of let.
- n. The rental of an apartment
- n. The award of a public contract
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- n. property that is leased or rented out or let
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That is what I call letting the cat out of the bag.
Each shirt also features a label letting the consumer know exactly how many bottles were used to manufacture it.
The creativity, short deadlines, demand what we call letting off of steam with the team!
The Republicans just need to be more acitve/vocal - – in letting citizens/voters know what exactly 'is in this Bill.
However, our President is right in letting people know about the ongoing successes of his plan to get America back on her feet economically.
The market for short-term letting of these properties is almost non-existent.
There's no peak season for short-term letting in London, so a buyer has the flexibility to decide when they want to stay for their own vacation.
"For the short-term letting and good yields, it's prime London and Cannes," says Ms. Dove.
The area is a little more complicated for letting, but it offers sunny local weather for regular vacations while a stream of glittery events through the year make for a transient market that's perfect for short-term letting.
He even has a sidekick comparable to Scottie Pippen's relationship with Jordan, with the biggest difference being Martin's occasional generosity in letting his 'third, John Morris, take the last shot in a close game.