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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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Both will be in the backfield together on most pays, giving Leyden a terrifying 1-2 rushing attack.
Leyden, of Luing, pled guilty to all eight thefts and a report examining his background was ordered at Airdrie Sheriff Court.
Leyden added: "Paul never said he spoke to Jean or anything, just that he walked past her."
In his earlier career at Western Digital, Leyden served
And in his role as managing director of Falck Safety Services, covering the North East of England and Scotland, Leyden makes sure that no one turns a blind eye to concerns.
A court heard Hughes' "hurried manoeuvre" and failure to see Mr Leyden led her to drive into him as she turned right across oncoming traffic.
At the January 2012 Florida Educational Technology Conference, Rajen Sheth--group project manager for Chromebooks--announced that Leyden (pronounced "lie-don") was among a handful of districts in the country to commit to a 1:1 Chromebook program for 2012-2013.
Leyden, said that he has been brought up to military installations to educate service members who are concerned about troops becoming involved with gangs and neo-Nazi activities.
Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, the pioneer in low temperature research who worked at Leyden, Holland, used the method of lowering temperature by reducing the vapor pressure of liquid helium.
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CAIRO: "The old media world is in decline, shifting, losing prominence," said Peter Leyden, founder and CEO of NextAgenda.com, at a video conference at the United States embassy in Cairo Wednesday.
James Leyden said in a poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Pediatric Dermatology.