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lazar

(lā′zər, lăz′ər)
n. Archaic
A diseased person; a leper.
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Following the mission, Lazare acknowledged the difficult economic challenges Mozambique faces, saying that economic growth in 2016 is expected to decline to 4.
However, according to the New York Times report, estimates have put the total cost of the arming and training effort at several billion dollars, Lazare pointed out.
I just followed my blockers and ran,'' Lazare said afterward.
It is one of Beckett's most complete, most compelling and most beautiful works and apparently is a Gare St Lazare favourite.
Lazare flourished in the bedlam of Parisian journalism; by 1892, he was writing for several different papers as a theater and book critic.
Her friend died at the scene and Lazare spent a week in a coma.
I wanted a show that was a format like The Simpsons, South Park, Family Guy, but Aboriginal," said Lazare, who pitched the comedy to the Aboriginal owned production company Big Soul Productions.
Nowhere in his review does Lazare examine the empirical validity of Huntington's assertions, certainly not those demonizing Mexicans.
Namdeb--the diamond mining joint venture between the Namibian government and De Beers--has taken on as a technical partner New York based diamond manufacturer Lazare Kaplan.
Lazare argues that German-Jewish history was not a complete failure because of Karl Marx, whose anti-Semitic views are well known.
This is also the day of the public lecture by Aaron Lazare, psychiatrist and Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Retailers at the show embraced the concept, according to Lazare.