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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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.
Now Lennox is seven and growing fast at home in Ashford Close, Guisborough.
Since he was seized more then two years ago, the online campaign to Save Lennox has attracted support from as far afield as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Spain and the USA.
Yet despite 110,000 signatures on a petition and more than 46,000 supporters of the Save Lennox Facebook page, he is likely to be put down after an appeal failed last week.
There, Lennox competed with other regional winners in front of a panel of judges who included Mr Warburton.
Earlier this month, she released The Annie Lennox Collection, a compilation of her most popular solo songs, and tonight on BBC Sessions she performs some of them, alongside tracks from the Eurythmics' back catalogue.
Lennox Industries announced a reduction in its work force at its Stuttgart plant, which makes air-conditioning units.
Lennox Industries today announced the introduction of Lennox Healthy Climate, a line of residential indoor air quality products that do not produce ground-level ozone.
Lennox Industries is looking for the most uncomfortable home in North America to receive an environmentally friendly home comfort and interior design makeover worth up to $60,000.
LENNOX LEWIS has been urged to resist the temptation of a big-money rematch with Vitali Klitschko.
The Lennox International Young Artists Competition for Piano and Strings will take place January 10, 2004, at the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson, Texas.
MIKE TYSON has turned his back on Lennox Lewis again and told the undisputed world heavyweight champion he is in the wrong business.