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Lang·er

(lahng'ĕr),
Carl, anatomist in Hapsburg Empire, 1819-1887. See: Langer arch, Langer lines, Langer muscle.

Lang·er

(lahng'ĕr),
Leonard O., U.S. physician. See: Langer-Saldino syndrome.
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During his time at Temple Point, he said, Langer used them to block Uccelli and Rodrot despite court orders that allowed them to take over the resort.
However, keeping pace with Langer proved no easy feat, as the German carded four birdies over the front nine to open a two-shot lead at the turn.
Langer recalled having a dream, during a time in his life when he was starting to distance himself from his friends.
This season on the Champions Tour Langer shot 38 consecutive under par scores and also finished eighth in the Masters against the best players in the world of the regular tours age group.
Both banks have been involved with Paladin since the first Langer Heinrich project finance facility was established in 2006.
Langer Heinrich has a current design capacity of 5.
Langer blew a two-stroke lead on the final hole to enter into a play-off with Wiebe, with the 55-year-old American finally succeeding in the sudden-death play.
They say good things come to those who wait but Langer took that to extremes yesterday in a final day where pace of play was painfully slow.
The pair will instead return to the course at 8am this morning to determine the winner, but it is Langer who will be the more reluctant to make the journey after his lamentable late collapse.
Upon graduation, Langer had a host of immediate job offers, including Shell Oil.
Langer offers $200 off on a teeth bleaching treatment that includes custom trays and bleaching gel.
Langer was awarded in recognition of her role in defending freedom of Palestinian prisoners and revealing practices of the Israeli occupation, as well as her struggle to achieve a just peace between Palestinians and Israelis.