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abbreviation for LORD CHANCELLOR.
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During an earlier hearing, Gulf News spotted L.C. using a walking aid to approach the bench and requesting the judge to expedite a final ruling so that she could lodge a civil lawsuit against A.E.
Medical records said L.C. sustained total disability in her legs after the car's tyres crushed her thighs and knees.
Among these 'words' the one which struck me was the famous aphorism 'etre bien dans le sac de sa peau', Jencks' work reveals implicitly that L.C. always felt at home in his own shoes, in spite of the blows he had to face throughout his life.
Instead of considering L.C. as first and foremost an artist of genius, Jencks is trying to show him, first, as a man with his franc-parler and then continues his story in an intimate manner, showing the influences of his family, the relationship with his parents and more specifically with his father who considered 'Edouard' a rebellious and difficult character.
"Chaos, complexity and servant leadership." In L.C. Spears (Ed.), Reflections on leadership.
"Servant leadership and the Greenleaf legacy." In L.C. Spears (Ed.).