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Lee

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Robert, English physician, 1793-1877. See: Lee ganglion.

Lee

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Roger I., U.S. physician, 1881-1967. See: Lee-White method.
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Lee started the Grove Hill Under-12s and in five years the team won two league cups and were runners-up in the league twice.
Lee made no announcements during the day, and there were no other apparent market-moving events.
"They were talking about the set for 'Step in Time,' and Stephen told Bob, 'I want them to be able to dance all over it.'" One thing led to another, and before long, the plan was for Lee to dance and sing first parallel to the floor and then suspended above it.
Among those convinced is Sederick Williams, a local landscaper, who went to Lee after co-workers recommended the tax preparation service.
Lee also founded and Chaired the Urban Affordable Housing Coalition and is a member of the board of the NYS Affordable Housing Association (NYSAFAH).
At Gettysburg, Lee seemed reluctant to assemble his key subordinates to jointly discuss strategy.
To exploit this force for folding, Lee and his colleagues combined two hydrogel layers: one that swells a great deal and one that doesn't swell.
Hoch rejects that theory, but Lee thinks that it might make sense.
(3.) Lee KR, Baek LJ, Song KJ, Woo KD, Lee YJ, Lee HW.
Croix) of doctors and businessmen, Lionel Cornelius Canegata, "Canada Lee," never got past the eighth grade.
While respectfully honoring Lee as a symbol of "loyalty, skill, friendship and justice," the monument's fathers also see it as a sly rebuke to the ongoing use of public spaces to glorify the country's competing nationalisms, with each monument guaranteed to alienate and infuriate someone in Bosnia's ideological-ethnic tinderbox.