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Le·wis

(lū'wis),
Gilbert N., U.S. chemist, 1875-1946.
See also: Lewis acid, Lewis base, second law of thermodynamics.

Le·wis

(lū'wis),
W. L., U.S. chemist, 1878-1943. See: lewisite.

Le·wis

(lū'wis),
Ivor, Welsh surgeon who in 1946 reported to the Royal College of Surgeons a two-stage esophagectomy by laparotomy and right thoracotomy, performed today as one procedure. See: Ivor Lewis esophagectomy.
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Lewis was serving a family of six at the restaurant on a Friday night in October, the first night he had worked in a long time.
Lewis collected the Bitterroot in 1805 but died before he could describe it.
Mr Lewis, who was principal at the all-boys Jewish high school between 2005 and 2010, accepted he had behaved 'inappropriately and aggressively' towards the youngster.
Downing criticizes Lewis's argument in The Abolition of Man concerning universal ethical norms.
John Lewis launched a selection of clearance deals on Christmas Eve, and there are offers available across hundreds of categories including technology, home, fragrances and toys.
With the institutional and academic status of a Cambridge Companion, this volume is a timely step forward in the ever-growing visibility and renewed interest in the work of Wyndham Lewis (1882-1927), the largely forgotten and highly influential figure of Anglo-American Modernist studies, coming as it does so close to summer 2017's largest UK retrospective of Lewis's work at the Imperial War Museum North, and following the 2015 Oxford University Press commission of the complete critical edition of the author's written works.
Although he gave this address in 1955, and died on November 22, 1963, Lewis still speaks, retaining a devoted following that shows no sign of diminishing.
Lewis' family confirmed his death to (https://www.reviewjournal.com/entertainment/celebrity/entertainment-legend-jerry-lewis-dead-at-age-91/) Las Vegas Journal Review .
Its most famous landmark was the statue of a nude man above its main entrance, designed by Sir Jacob Epstein and unveiled for Lewis's centenary in 1856.