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Lom·bard

(lom'bard),
Etienne, French physician, 1868-1920. See: Lombard voice-reflex test.
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built, under license from Lombard, a similar tracked log hauler called the Centipede.
Offsetting these positive factors are Lombard Insurance's generally below average underwriting and operating results, the variability of its earnings, its concentration in the Ontario personal auto market and continuing competitive market conditions.
Lombard has owned the theater property since it was donated to the village in 1999.
Funds managed by Blackstone own Lombard International.
She said Lombard's story cannot be told without including his wife, Delight Allen, and members of the extended family for whom Lombard built furniture on commission.
Lombard Odier & Cie is headed by seven Managing Partners who represent the seventh generation of private bankers in charge of the company.
The child became separated from her father and when she asked for directions Lombard told her he would have "to check her out" before he allowed her in to the bowling alley.
Lombard autographing copies of this very issue in San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles (visit www.
Lombard, 28, who was lined up to compete in the 5,000m and 10,000m in Athens, could also face a potential two-year suspension if found guilty.
Music has always been part of the Starbucks experience," says Lombard.
Whatever your asset finance needs, make sure your first call is to Lombard.
The partnership with ICICI Lombard illustrates the increasingly global nature of today's health care marketplace in which health companies are offering broader access to more innovative health care solutions for a more mobile population.