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Lu·cas

(lū'kăs),
Richard C., English anatomist and surgeon, 1846-1915. See: Lucas groove.
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On Saturday, the family was scheduled to gather at the Little League field in Macon where Lucas played baseball.
What then distinguishes Lucas is her desire, by working squarely within the gallery system, to beat the boys at their own game.
I have told a lot of folks over the years--I really have been a beneficiary of being in the right place at the right time, so many times throughout my life," Lucas said.
Paige and Lucas want nothing to do with the Cabals; especially after Savannah's father of the Nast Cabal tried to take custody of her in Dime Store Magic.
LCI will become part of Lucas Body Systems, recently designated one of Lucas core businesses.
In addition, directors for Lucas Oil's series' will offer insight into the growth of their individual racing disciplines and announce new schedules, venues, sponsors and series management changes to the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League, the Lucas Oil Drag Boat Racing Series, the Lucas Oil Modified Series and the newly acquired Lucas Oil Midwest Latemodel Racing Association.
When the first film (now referred to as ``A New Hope'') was released in 1977, neither Lucas nor the studio expected it to be successful.
Gone is the edgy and somewhat randy Lucas Davenport from the past.
We are blessed to have wonderful, dedicated people in MTMC who are motivated, capable and caring," Lucas said.
The playwright Craig Lucas is no stranger to philosophical exploration.
Lucas Aerospace is a global leader in the provision and support of high integrity control systems for the aerospace industry with core businesses in flight control systems, engine control systems and electrical power generation and management.