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Lloyd

(loyd),
John Uri, U.S. pharmacist, 1849-1936. Noted for investigational work in plant chemistry and phytochemistry as applied to medicines, alkaloids, and glucosides.
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According to Lloyd, this finding indicates that current brain states contain information that reflects past and future brain states, in concert with Husserl's emphasis on time as a key component of consciousness.
Lloyd was 25, Mike, 20, and they had were lead scouts for the Army's I Company, 357th Infantry, 90th Division - one of the most dangerous jobs in the service.
Lloyd decided to find out what the fundamental constants of nature--the speed of light, Planck's constant, and the gravitational constant--have to say about how far miniaturization can proceed.
That quip sort of sums up the cheek - and the challenges - facing ``Bram and Alice,'' CBS's new sitcom from former ``Frasier'' executive producers Lloyd and Joe Keenan.
But his opponent for the San Fernando Valley seat, Andrei Cherny, on Friday filed a formal complaint with the FPPC, charging that the loan violated the act, and that its true source - Lloyd Levine's father, political consultant Larry Levine - was hidden from the public.
Prior to joining PixSense, Lloyd was Vice President and General Manager of Openwave Asia-Pacific and Japan Region.
Lloyd plays a well-known author and Taylor is a woman who, unbeknownst to the author, loves his work.
Lloyd was a consummate professional and a very dear man, who I deeply loved.
Lloyd will be an asset to the company with his expertise with Microsoft's development environment.
Most men 44 years old would have melted in the heat of Riviera's temporary stadium, but Connors just seemed to get better as the Lloyd match went on and he slid around on the grayish-green clay.
According to Lloyd, the stepfather kept two guns in their home - one that he kept unloaded in a drawer and a .
Architect icon Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) was commissioned in 1906 by Thomas P.