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Li·son

(lē-son[h]'),
Lucien, 20th-century Belgian scientist. See: Lison-Dunn stain.
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Marlowe Patria, 53rd Infantry Battalion commander, said the group was led by a certain Ka Diego and they operated in the vast hinterlands of Barangay Lison Valley here.
The surrender of the six rebels was facilitated by Joel Babayson, barangay chairperson of Lison Valley, this city, Patria said.
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lison st The Rev Canon James Allison (inset) of St John The Baptist Church near Hipperholme, told yoga instructor Melissa Makan that she was no longer welcome.
Lo explica el profesor Carmelo Lison Tolosana en su libro Antropologia Social en Espana, cuando dice que <<los territorios no determinan un tipo de cultura, pero si la condicionan>> (Lison, 1971: 222).
A giant centre-forward who enjoyed a staggering run of 64 one touch finishes up until April, when he finally took a second touch before scoring for Sporting Lison. A beanpole Nikica Jelavic then?
Last night, the EBU released an official statement which read: "The EBU regrets a stage invasion took place during the UK performance at theEurovision Song Contest Grand Final in Lison this evening.
Their journey together was stalled after six months, but in memory of her friend, Son decided to release the incomplete album with three more songs -- a variation piece "Lison Dormait" K.