Lembert

Lem·bert

(lahm-bār'),
Antoine, French surgeon, 1802-1851. See: Lembert suture, Czerny-Lembert suture.
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On evening hikes, guests witness the alpenglow on the High Sierra peaks, also known as John Muir's "Range of Light," panoramic views of Lembert Dome and more.
La incisión fue suturada con puntos simples continuos perforantes y, para disminuir el diámetro del colon en un 50% aproximadamente, se realizó sobre esta sutura un pliegue invertido de la pared del órgano con puntos tipo Lembert.
Gay Lembert of Salem, Merry Wallace of Rancho Murieta, Calif.
VANDERBEKE, Dirk,& HEGERFELDT, Anne, 'The Terrestrial Humours of an All-Shemical Son: Alchemy and the Linguistic Transformations of Finnegans Wake', in Lembert, A.
Edited by Paul Lembert and Michel Estocq Published September 1995.
Larger Lembert Dome, to the east, requires a 1 1/2-mile scramble from the trailhead parking area on the Tuolumne Meadows Lodge Road, but its summit gives a more expansive view.
Only 1 1/2 miles north and 600 feet up from the trailhead mentioned earlier for Lembert Dome (page 109), Dog Lake is the most accessible from Tuolumne Meadows.
The agreement was signed by SBA District Director Ruben Garcia and SDFACC President Jean-Luc Lembert.
It sidewinds up through conifer forests, passes lovely Tenaya lake, and funnels you past Polly, Pywiak, Fairview, and Lembert domes.
Gay Lembert of Salem and Merry Wallace of Sacramento; a sister, Mickey Gwyn of Moses Lake, Wash.