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(lĕn'war[h]),
Camille A.H., late 19th-century French anatomist. See: Lenoir facet.
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"It is designed to help professionals anticipate changes in the optics and eyewear industry that are underway and to prepare for the future," Mr Lenoir shared.
He stated that bird houses at the water tank of Lenoir Park situated at water works road would help increase beauty of the park.
247Sports, which was first to report the commitment, lists Lenoir as the No.
'The acquisition is a step in our strategic growth plan that, while impacting non-interest expense in the short-term, will ultimately build shareholder value in our current and new market area of Lenoir City, Tennessee,' said Jeffrey L.
LeNoir flew with the 855th Bombardment Squadron of the 491st Bombardment Group, Eighth Air Force, from North Pickenham Airfield, England.
The Texas wine industry has a long history of producing PD-tolerant grape varieties, and it is widely credited with putting cultivars like Blanc du Bois and Lenoir (Black Spanish) on the current map of grape varieties.
Lenoir's defence rests on the principle that treaty 'Indians' do not require anyone's permission to carry out traditional wood harvesting.
DISH Network Corporation (Nasdaq:DISH), a provider of direct broadcast satellite subscription television services, on Thursday named Martin Lenoir as head of its direct marketing efforts as vice president, reporting to chief marketing officer James Moorhead.
Members Credit Union, Lenoir, N.C., recently held its inaugural Wig Walk, a 5K walk/fun run benefiting the Wig Bank of Caldwell County.
The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library announced the appointment of Lenoir C.