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lazar

(lā′zər, lăz′ər)
n. Archaic
A diseased person; a leper.
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Following the mission, Lazare acknowledged the difficult economic challenges Mozambique faces, saying that economic growth in 2016 is expected to decline to 4.5 per cent from 6.6 per cent in 2015, nearly three percentage points below historical levels, with substantial downside risks to this projection.
However, according to the New York Times report, estimates have put the total cost of the arming and training effort at several billion dollars, Lazare pointed out.
Lazare store is remarkable only for its unremarkability.
Ingenico could a[euro]oeeasilya[euro] make a EUR400m (USD510.4m) buy, Lazare said, adding that a more expensive purchase was also possible if the company obtains extra funding.
Ingenico could "easily" make a EUR400m (USD510.4m) buy, Lazare said, adding that a more expensive purchase was also possible if the company obtains extra funding.
While Lazare's maternal line seems to have stretched back several centuries on French soil, it was his father's family, immigrants from Germany, that had entered the textile trade and rose to prominence.
The consumers will have the possibility to pay using their mobile telephones and benefit from value-added services such as coupons, gift cards, and loyalty points, Lazare, added.
From Russia with Love John and Kathy Wurdeman have opened a Sarasota branch of their Virginia-based Lazare Gallery specializing in investment-quality art from the Moscow School of Russian Realism ($600 to $180,000).
One of her colleagues at Le Monde said Lazare was wearing her Nieman class T-shirt the day before she passed away at the hospital.
Joseph Lazare loves to stick out like a sore thumb.
Elite Vacations are currently offering five nights at the family-run threestar Lazare Picault Hotel from pounds 799, including return Air Seychelles flights from Heathrow.
Italian immigrant Lazare Ponticelli joined his adopted country's army in 1914, aged 16.