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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlistedlist‧ed /ˈlɪstɪd/ adjective British English  1 TBa listed building is one of historical interest in Britain, and is protected by a government order2 a listed company is one which offers its shares for sale on the stock exchange syn public company, public corporation American English
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listedSeven groups of secondary preventive approaches are listed.The means s.d. from independent experiments are listed.Shortly after buying it, Denega was refused listed building consent to demolish the chapel and develop 21 sheltered accommodation units.Any work which materially affects the character of a listed building, inside or out, requires listed building consent.It is an offence to demolish or to alter a listed building unless listed building consent has been obtained.Another problem is the general feeling amongst Health Service employees and their property advisors that their listed buildings are liabilities rather than assets.It is worth noting that an offer need not be for a listed company for the Panel to be interested in it.Reading forwards, backwards, up, down and diagonally, find the listed words hidden in the grid.