Lennox


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Len·nox

(len'ŏks),
William G., U.S. neurologist, 1884-1960. See: Lennox syndrome, Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
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Lennox said the recent buyout of Lynnfield allows the company to continue providing liquidity and returns to investors as well as enabling us to continue holding assets for the long run.
Laura, who named the tot after her partner Jordan's boxing hero Lennox Lewis, added: "He's aptly named.
Liverpool Crown Court heard how Lennox, of no fixed address but formerly of Orrell Lane, Walton, struck at around 8am on September 24 last year.
Most importantly, Lennox asserts that there is no wrong way to interpret a dream, a claim that will encourage intrepid readers to continue the valuable inner work of investigating dreams -- with or without the aid of a psychoanalyst.
As Brendan's mother Davina Miller and neighbours rushed to help him, Lennox calmly attempted to repair the television set which was damaged in the incident.
Annie Lennox split from second husband Uri Fruchtmann, a film-maker, after 12 years of marriage in 2000.
TEESSIDE'S brave little liver transplant hero Lennox Nicholson has come back from the Transplant Games with a gold medal.
24 September 2012 - Lennox International Inc (NYSE:LII), the US manufacturer of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) products, said it was planning to sell its Service Experts unit.
Music Jo Whiley Meets Annie Lennox (Sky Arts1, 10pm) IF YOU thought it was a forgone conclusion that Adele would be named Best Female Artist at the Brits, then cast your mind back to the 1980s and early 1990s when one woman was virtually guaranteed to win the award.
Six-year-old Lennox has helped severe asthma sufferer Brooke Barnes, 12, since he was a pup.
After winning the Yorkshire Young Baker of the Year award, Lennox Ncube was invited to a national contest at Warburtons' headquarters in Bolton.