On the London Evening Standard columnist who said that Birmngham is a "chippy, dipthong-afflicted also-ran" Unlike the commentators so far, I am a Brummie (born, bred, lived and worked) who has lived and worked in London.
What does LES stand for?
LES stands for London Evening Standard (UK)
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- Loaded Equipment Section
- Local Education Service
- Local Engineering Specification
- Local Exchange Service (telecommunications)
- Local Excitatory State
- Local Exported Schema
- Locally Employed Staff
- Locally Engaged Staff
- Locally-Enhanced Sampling
- Logistics Execution System
- Loop Emulation Service
- Loop Expert Systems (Loop Expert Technologies)
- Loral Electronics Systems
- Low Energy System
- Lower East Side (Manhattan)
- Lower Eastern Shore (region)
- Lower Esophageal Sphincter
- Lumines Electronic Symphony (gaming)
- Lupus Eritematoso Sistemico (Italian)
- Lutheran Elementary School (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I think (it is) unequal to me," he told the London Evening Standard newspaper.
SIR Michael Gambon was last night honoured for a lifetime of dramatic endeavour at the annual London Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
The New York Times may have found its possible savior in Mexican telecom billionaire Carlos Slim Helú, but the London Evening Standard has found an even stranger hero: KGB agent-turned-banking mega-billionaire Alexander Lebedev, who just became the paper's new owner.
The London Evening Standard has extended its cost-cutting programme and is laying off about 11 staff.
M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD The London Evening Standard British Film Awards has named The Constant Gardener as best film and Ralph Fiennes as best actor for his role in the movie.
Back in an interview with the London Evening Standard in March 1966.
Leading doctors today called for a major overhaul to avoid babies being born alive after abortions," reported the London Evening Standard on June 22.