Leru


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Leru

In Spain, a slang term for one euro.
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Under FP7, it had reached such a level of complexity and time consumption that LERU members even wondered if they would still compete for EU funding, reckoning it was no longer worthwhile.
LERU (2012), Women, Research and Universities: Excellence without Gender Bias, http://www.leru.org/files/publications/LERU_Paper_Women_universities _and_research.pdf
A check-list of key factors released by LERU to coincide with the launch of the innovation union includes: action to stimulate EU wide competition for funding frontier research, to attract the best talents to a research career by providing well-designed programmes, to provide well-funded and well-supported research jobs, to open national research systems to foreign researchers, to develop major research infrastructures that countries are unable to afford individually, and to pool national research efforts.
Benthic Foraminifera from the Maastrichtian lower Mamu Formation near Leru (Southern Nigeria): paleoecology and paleogeographic significance // J.
Lastly, there is Mohapi's drama Leru le lefubedu (1994), which, if it is not a coincidence of intertextuality, seems to have been inspired by Guma's Bitleng la Rasenate (1987).
(Also in Toronto Film Festival -- Discovery; Pusan Film Festival.) Original title: V leru. Running time: 91 MIN.
Between 1969 when he wrote his first book and 2007, the renowned Yoruba author published 13 books, among which are 'Aja Lo Leru', 'Rere Run', 'Agbalagba Akan', 'Atoto Arere', 'Karin Kapo', 'Opa Agbeleka', 'Oga Ni Bukola', 'Sango', 'Iroyin Ayo', 'Binu Tiri' and a play, 'Aajo Aje' (Running After Riches).
(1)European University Association (EUA), European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO), League of European Research Universities (LERU), Nordforsk (cooperation for Nordic research - Oslo) and Science Europe (SE)
MORE criticism has been levelled at the European Union's (EU) Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), this time from the League of European Research Universities (LERU), representing major research institutions such as Britain's Oxford and Cambridge universities.