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ANGEL

A mnemonic for painful dermal nodules:
• Angiolipoma;
• Neuroma;
• Glomus tumour;
• Eccrine spiradenoma;
• Leiomyoma.
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Various glimpses of the city's future were on display all day as eight architectural teams submitted designs of 22nd century Los Angeles for a $10,000 first prize in the History Channel's ``City of the Future'' competition.
The fact that a character exits a door in Long Beach and emerges at a location thirty miles away doesn't really "denigrate" Los Angeles as a city; yet in Andersen's mind, the exigencies of location shooting are cause for considerable indignation and, frankly, an unmerited elegiac tone that readily segues into whining.
The historical context of wartime Los Angeles is crucial to understanding the novel.
Some West Angeles parishioners have misgivings about having so much of their offerings spent on computers.
But Los Angeles has led the way in urban decentralization.
The Port of Los Angeles is committed to the concept of using clean shoreside electrical power for ships at berth," said Geraldine Knatz, Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles.
And it's only fair: The city of Los Angeles and its mayor should have more control over the education of Los Angeles' children if that is what the people of Los Angeles want for their city.
By opening these gates today, we will demonstrate to the world that the great City of Los Angeles is prepared to own up to its history and that we can thrive in partnership and in balance with our neighbors and with the environment of the Eastern Sierra," Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said.
LOS ANGELES -- Following the narrow defeat of Measure H, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced an innovative public-private commitment to create housing developments for middle-income families across the greater Los Angeles area.
The bid included the free use of 17,000 square feet of office space at City National Plaza - formerly Arco Plaza - as well as occasional free use of a corporate jet, $1 million in foundation grant funds and free access to the Los Angeles Convention Center.
LOS ANGELES -- African American Civil Rights leaders including South Los Angeles clergy and community leaders demonstrated early this morning against what they believe to be the discriminatory policies of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Los Angeles (BOMA-GLA) that keep predominately African American private security officers in poverty.
LOS ANGELES -- As an unprecedented heat wave continues across the Southland, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) officials today urged customers to practice wise energy use to reduce pressure on the system.