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(lē-son[h]'),
Lucien, 20th-century Belgian scientist. See: Lison-Dunn stain.
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The suspects - Joshua Bitancor, Jan Marnel Bantolinao and Dominic Mejorada - were arrested by police serving a warrant issued by Judge Leo Lison of the Regional Trial Court 3.
Renovation of buildings of 181 public housing units in the "Nouvelle Cit", Square Lison n 1-2, Square Lison n 3-4, Square Manon n 1-6, avenue du Bempt n 28, Square Madelon n 5-9, Square Madelon No.
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LISON Steadman was keen to try everything when she visited Shetland for a new ITV documentary, from otter spotting at dawn to sea kayaking and foraging for razor clams.
As Rick lison of Enercon Engineering put it, "I have been blessed by working with and for electrical engineers who not only provided answers but also the reasons/basis for the answers.
Lison replaces previous board of trustees member Elisabeth Niggemann, director general of the Deutsche Nationalbibliothek.