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LEAL. Loyal; that which belongs to the law.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Leal and Beckwith, along with seven other employees, have created a culture of diversity and acceptance in their workplace.
'Nawala na 'yung mga droga sa amin; mayroon man ngayon paisa-isa syempre hindi naman malilinis kaagad 'yan,' Leal said.
Leal, 90, told the Manila Bulletin he was very happy the government finally recognized their accomplishments.
Leal and offer her services through our organization.
Apos a implantacao do Plano de Carreira dos Cargos Tecnicoadministrativos em Educacao (PCCTAE), em 2005, autorizou-se a realizacao de concursos publicos para o cargo no plano das IFES (Brasil, 2005; Leal, 2014).
Peterborough MPP Jeff Leal was at the announcement, which took place at the Dynacast facility.
Police say they believe that "someone" is 30-year-old John Parker Leal of Eugene, who now faces a serious charge related to the attack.
Leal, CPA was the recipient of the 2014 Mississippi Society of CPAs Fred T.
At 16, Leonardo Leal was nearly resigned to abandoning his college dreams and returning to his native Mexico, but today, at 22, he is about to get his diploma from Stanford University and has accepted a job with Shell Oil.