Landry


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Lan·dry

(lahn-drē'),
Jean B.O., French physician, 1826-1865. See: Landry paralysis, Landry syndrome, Landry-Guillain-Barré syndrome.
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specialists in meetings at sea, incentive cruises, and ship charters, announced that accomplished travel and hospitality sales executive Robert Cao has joined Landry & Kling to serve as the company's new Vice President of Global Sales Development.
Landry of Bellingham; a brother, Thomas Landry of Sterling; grandchildren, Anna and Cameron Hett of Bellingham, Ayla Brissette of Dudley, Ethan and Zachary Steele of Marstons Mills; several nephews, cousins and his companion, Debbie Kusy of Millbury.
AssuredPartners announced that through its subsidiary AssuredPartners Gulf Coast Insurance Agency, it has purchased Landry Harris & Co in Lafayette for an undisclosed amount.
Landry looked outside of his home and saw Marshall Coulter, a 14-year-old with a history of burglary arrests, standing in his driveway only a few feet from his back door.
While more and more equipment is being developed to assist them on the battlefield, Landry worries how Soldiers will carry it all over rugged terrain in places such as Afghanistan without incident or injury.
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Harold Landry, 65, battered his Pontypridd-born wife Lucy with a rolling pin at their luxury home in Worcestershire before repeatedly stabbing her.
Harold Landry, 65, battered his Pontypridd-born wife Lucy with a granite rolling pin at their luxury home in Worcestershire before repeatedly stabbing her.
Landry says that the program, an online tool for tracking students' progress in preparing for college, has improved the rate of graduates headed to college.
Jailing the retired engineer for life, Mr Justice Foskett said the attack on Mrs Landry at the couple's Worcestershire home, had been "unspeakable and unforgiveable".
Harold Landry, who will be 79 by the time he can be considered for parole, was found guilty of murdering his wife Lucy by a jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court on Thursday.
Jailing the retired engineer for life, Mr Justice Foskett said the attack on Mrs Landry at their home near Pershore, Worcestershire, had been "unspeakable and unforgivable".