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Ley·den

(lī'dĕn),
Ernst V. von, German physician, 1832-1910. See: Leyden ataxia, Leyden crystals, Leyden neuritis, Leyden-Möbius muscular dystrophy.
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As well as decontaminating brownfield sites, Leyden Kirby Associates removes asbestos and tackles Japanese knotweed, which can grow to a height of 3m and very quickly expands to take over a site.
Make sure the world stops creating people like me,'' Leyden said.
During a thunder-storm, did Earth and sky set up a gigantic Leyden jar, and was the lightning and thunder an equally gigantic discharge?
The companies worked together to team Leyden Energy's cutting-edge lithium-ion batteries with Tegra 3--based on the batteries' higher energy density, longer cycle and calendar life rating and higher temperature resilience--ensuring better maintenance of battery capacity over time.
Notes: A pre-bid meeting will be held on Monday, May 2, 2016, at 2:30 PM in Room 104 at West Leyden High School, 1000 Wolf Road, Northlake, Illinois.
Boozed-up Stephen Leyden, 42, was taken to Monklands Hospital in Airdrie with a leg injury.
Elsewhere, Inverurie will host Buckie in the League Cup semis as a Jordan Leyden double helped them to a 5-2 win over Nairn.
Velta was born in Vara Kalni, Latvia and lived in Leyden before moving to Sterling in 2007.
Brother and sister Paul Connor and Sheila Leyden had opened the parlour in May selling artisan Archers ice cream, desserts and drinks after taking a lease on empty premises in Yarm High Street.
Fianna Fail Senator Terry Leyden circulated his "Extended Conference Special" to town and county councillors over the last few weeks.
Fianna Fail senator Terry Leyden has a list of the usual suspects who he claims are members of the group and has urged them to come forward "for the sake of the country".