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leet

An informal or coded writing system used primarily in Internet-based communications in which certain ASCII characters are substituted for standard letters that have a similar appearance, such as 3 for E, 0 for O, 1 for I or L, etc. We started writing in leet so our parents wouldn't be able to understand what we were saying if they saw it. A: "WH3r3 Sh0uLd w3 m337 UP 70N19h7?" B: "Just write normally, dude. I can't understand that leet nonsense."
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At the University of California, San Diego, employees use self-service to review job descriptions and classifications, says Tom Leet, assistant vice chancellor of HR at the school, which supports about 14,000 employees.
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Local officials also had to send men off from time to time to serve as soldiers, as, for example, recorded in the Coventry Leet Book in 1507, or, as noted by de Somogyi, in the case of Shakespeare's own father in 1569 when he was bailiff of Stratford and recruited men to defend the Crown (cited by de Somogyi from a tertiary source, not the Stratford records transcribed by Edgar Fripp).