Lesch

Lesch

(lesh),
Michael, 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Lesch-Nyhan syndrome.
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Head of Development Cooperation at the German Embassy, Sebastian Lesch, said that Germany is very interested in the reclamation of one and a half million acres projects, adding that they are awaiting the final studies by the Egyptian government to decide whether they will participate in the project or not.
Lesch asserts that dealing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a playing field between the USA and Iran blocked a possible Israeli-Syrian peace.
It is a reliable measure often used to describe edaphic properties spatially (Corwin and Lesch 2005a, 2005b).
Otto-Michael Lesch, who is involved in studies on alcohol dependence since 1972 and has organized a large number of international clinical trials and basic research studies in alcohol and tobacco dependence, and other senior officials and doctors are attending the conference.
The use of antipsychotics is argued to be detrimental for craving in Lesch Type I patients.
For this new edition of their collection examining US relations with the Middle East, Lesch (Middle East history, Trinity U.
Lesch - Amalia Ann Lesch, 70, of Springfield, died July 31.
Moving from the entire region to an extremely important case study, longtime Syria watcher, David Lesch has made a valuable contribution to the literature on the Arab uprisings by examining what is probably the most heartbreaking and complicated country experiencing serious unrest and fighting.
I got to know Assad probably better than anyone in the West," Lesch writes, and this is probably true.
According to Heinrich Lesch, Namibia's agent for Fodder Solutions, the digestibility of barley seeds increases from 20% to 80% when grown in the fodder rooms.
Syria: The Fall Of The House Of Assad by David W Lesch is published in hardback by Yale University Press, priced pounds 18.
The company has hired Thomas Lesch as a vice president in its debt capital markets practice.