Legg

Legg

(leg),
Arthur T., U.S. surgeon, 1874-1939. See: Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease.
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As an ATP World Tour 500 tournament, the Legg Mason Tennis Classic is one of the top 20 men's tournaments in the world.
ANDY LEGG says his Llanelli side will treat their littleknown Europa League foes with "the utmost respect".
Legg was born January 15, 1925 in Worcester, the daughter of the late Wallace J.
Legg, 30, laughed as he left, Teesside Crown Court heard.
A former CFO and treasurer of Legg Mason's fixed-income funds, Frances Guggino, has been banned from the securities industry by the SEC and ordered to pay a penalty of $15,000 for altering the books at a mutual fund in 2010.
LEGG POWER Kirsty Legg on her way to victory in the senior women's 8k race in Hartlepool
In 2011, Legg decided to expand its production capabilities with the addition of a new calender unit.
Legg is giving up four inches in height, he's 38 years old and lost in the first round of the Prizefighter tournament to 45-year-old former middleweight James "Lights Out" Toney.
Legg acknowledges the limits of utilizing Foucault to understand colonial bodies and the intimate sites of colonization, but argues that pushing beyond Foucault's "Eurocentric blind spots" will not only widen our understanding of colonial history but will also provide new tools with which to critically engage the idea of governmentality (p.
Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland with USD671.5bn in assets under management as of December 31, 2015, Legg Mason provides active asset management in many major investment centres throughout the world.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Legg Mason Inc.