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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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Langer's charm offensive continued with a notable accolade for Jos Buttler, whom her first came across during his stint as overseas professional at Somerset.
"Kohli, who averages 59.57 in ODI cricket, has become the gold standard of modern-day batting in the format, and Langer felt Maxwell can get close to that level of performance.
Langer termed series loss as disappointing after the first Test fightback.
"I think Matthew Renshaw will be physically fine - the one thing he's got is he hasn't played much cricket," Langer told reporters in Dubai.
There are some big tournaments coming up," Langer said.
Langer joined CBRE's Capital Markets team three years ago and is responsible for the underwriting and valuation of all asset classes.
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.
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Monty won the US Senior Open and the Senior PGA Championship earlier in the year which puts Langer's margin of victory into context.