[ UK /ˈæliː/ ]
  1. on or toward the lee
    put the helm alee
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  • ‘Alexa's always the one who convinces my parents to let us have sleepovers on school nights and stuff,’ says Natalee.
  • We've gotten better with our techniques and applying them predeparture, ensuring we're looking at as broad a section of potential risk as possible, said Kevin McAleenan, deputy assistant commissioner of field operations at Customs and Border Protection, or CBP.CBP said the gap in U.S. security practices wasn't obvious until after the attempted Christmas attack. U.S. blocks 350 with suspected ties to terrorists
  • Its snouty head, patchy grey body and small pedal fins make the dwarf look more like a large dolphin than a baleen whale.
  • The microstructure of these long filaments of papillary horn is very similar in its dermal-epidermal interdigitation to that of baleen in whales.
  • Most placental mammals have teeth that are capped with enamel, but there are also lineages without teeth, such as anteaters, pangolins and baleen whales, or with enamelless teeth, such as armadillos, sloths, aardvarks and pygmy and sperm whales. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • It should be noted that it was only following the LTTE blocking of water supply to the East at the Mavilaru anicut, that the Government was compelled to undertake military operations against the LTTE in order to protect the civilian population and vital strategic assets including the Trincomalee Port. Asian Tribune
  • Mr McCarthy instanced the success of food companies, such as Kerry Group plc, Lee Strand Co-op, Tralee, and the Cadbury factory in Rathmore.
  • The baleen whales feed primarily on plankton and krill.
  • Locals will recognise street scenes from Tralee and landscapes from various local beauty spots.
  • One thing is sure, the festival of the future will have a more commercial and hard-headed business edge to it and will seek to capitalise much more on the brand name, Rose of Tralee.
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