Leri


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Le·ri

(lā-rē'),
André, French orthopedic surgeon, 1875-1930. See: Léri pleonosteosis, Leri sign, Leri-Weill disease, Leri-Weill syndrome.
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The findings showed that the animals experienced stress and depressed mood when they were hypoglycemic, Leri stated.
This is interesting because their muscles still weren't getting the glucose, yet their behaviour changed," added Leri.
Leri, 22, who has just graduated with a degree in arts and performance from South Wales University, said: "I'm going away to America soon and I want to be a singer.
Leri Ann, who has just graduated with a degree in arts and performance from South Wales University, had lived with her from a young age until she was around 11, when Gwladys was diagnosed with breast cancer and Leri returned to live with her parents, sister and twin brothers nearby.
Surprisingly, the previous 1904 Gerspachen's article on tuberculose spondyloartritis, gives a full detailed description of the various etiologies for spondylitis, and among the cited 48 references, we find the names of Leri, Marie, Babinski, Forestier, Brissaud, Strumpell, von Bechterew, and Grancher [26,27].
The differences between these two sets of value orientations have significant ramifications for effectively working with diversity, not only within the interview process but also related to other administrative practices, including recruitment, retention, supervision, and evaluation of educators (Leri, 2009).
In a complaint filed March 30, Keith Baker and Linda Leri say American Home Assurance Co.
With: Tedo Bekhauri, Galoba Gambaria, Nika Alajajev, Tamara Meskhi, Archil Tabukashvili, Temo Goginava, Jano Izoria, Lia Abuladze, Berdia Intskirveli, Leri Zardiashvili, Leila Khokhosadze.
Neither the use of cocaine nor heroin appeared to increase or decrease the use of the other, according to Francesco Leri, Ph.D., of the University of Guelph (Ont.) and colleagues.
Leri's group is now looking at the role that opioid dependence has on the interaction between heroin and cocaine intake in nondependent and heroin-dependent rats.