Luc


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Luc

(lūk),
Henri, French laryngologist, 1855-1925. See: Luc operation, Caldwell-Luc operation, Ogston-Luc operation.
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And Luc also explained it's not just the price, which attracts customers.
Borrowing a page from The Screwtape Letters, I tell Luc this is the difference between evil and good: Evil is empty and consumes, but goodness is full and provides.
After rolling around in the hay with bad boy Luc, 25-year-old Gaga said: "There's nothing hotter than a cornfield in Nebraska.
Luc Jones was named Best Batsman of the tournament with 171 runs while Patrick Hyde, also from British School earned the Best Bowler award with 11 for 89 in the tournament.
Luc is clearly surprised by Thomas' visit, and his reluctant welcome is both hostile and defensive: it is clear that his brother has never visited him before.
NHLPA members are proud to support the Luc Bourdon Memorial Fund through this charity auction," said Paul Kelly, NHLPA Executive Director.
young inventor Luc Chieffo with dad Justin, mum Michele and brother Brandon.
As time went on, it became clear Challenger du Luc had his own ideas about the game, and for all his considerable talent it was almost impossible, sometimes completely so, to persuade him to use it.
For a discussion of Tuymans and the thematics of failure, see Hans Rudolf Reust, "The Pursuit: Luc Tuymans--1996-2003," in Ulrich Loock et al.
Pierre Luc Gagnon: Couple beers deep, but never hammered.
Young Luc Owen has built himself a booming business - selling badges for his favourite charity.
The LUC has had to be particularly nimble in accommodating the changing market.