Lesch

Lesch

(lesh),
Michael, 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Lesch-Nyhan syndrome.
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John Lesch, chair of the House Judiciary committee, first took the form of House File 1115.
Alexander Demeris acknowledged that he didn't know where Glenbard West stood as it opened its season on Thursday at the 49th annual Vic Lesch Invitational in Carol Stream.
"Maintaining air quality is essential for communities near a demolition project, mining operation or other bulk material handling activities, but even in places with little infrastructure, dust can choke worksites and foul equipment," said Project Engineer Jason Lesch. "We engineered the Fusion to be highly mobile, with its own power source, so it can be easily towed anywhere on a job site."
American historian David Lesch, author of The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A History , told Gulf News that Camp David, "ended the Arab-Israeli conflict in its original form".
Remote sensing is ideal for identifying within-field variability, which is known to exist in the farmland of the WSJV (e.g., Lesch et al.
In Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment, David Warren Lesch (Boulder: Westview Press, 1996), 51-66.
Lesch and James Gelvin, "Assad Has Won in Syria, but Syria Hardly Exists," The New York Times, (January 11, 2017).
Lesch said the location tracking element of the program, in his view, "is unconstitutional."
d) zkona o lesch s prodejem drv pri pni na 2 smluvnch jednotkch (SJ) Moravskoslezskho kraje; lesnick cinnosti zahrnuj:
Every single one of them gets a bill whether it's their fault or not," said Eric Lesch, secretary and treasurer for the National Utility Contractors North Texas chapter.
We put a lot of effort into creating this spectacular product to feature in our premium line-up, comments Kyle Lesch, brand manager of Smirnoff Vodka at brandhouse.