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Luft

(lūft),
John H., 20th-century U.S. histologist. See: Luft potassium permanganate fixative.

Luft

(lūft),
Rolf, 20th-century Swedish endocrinologist. See: Luft disease.
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Luft continued the violence, sitting on top of her, punching her in the face and biting her ear and cheek.
"In order to understand the processes underlying the production of novel and adequate ideas," Luft continues, "we need to break down its constituent processes, dissecting creativity as much as possible at first, and then analysing them in context, before putting them back together to understand the process as a whole."
In cases of ALS and muscular dystrophy, we try and provide the muscles strength for as long as possible as it is a progressively degenerating disease," said Dr Luft who added that the best results were seen in stroke patients.
Under Luft's management, Judy came back bigger than ever, building a singing career that rivaled Sinatra's.
For on the very night of his own great escape, a much more famous one was taking place below ground at Stalag Luft III when 76 prisonersof-war succeeded in crawling through a tunnel to temporary freedom.
BAKE[pounds sterling] (CyHAN)- What we are seeing today in the oil market is no less than war to the death between Saudi Arabia and the North American oil industry, Gal Luft, co-director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS), a Washington based think tank focused on energy security, and a senior adviser to the United States Energy Security Council believes.
HOLLYWOOD actress Lorna Luft, daughter of icon Judy Garland, has been making Ma Egerton's Stage Door her home while in town starring in the Judy Garland Songbook, playing at the Liverpool Empire.
Woote has been created by Tim Luft, the founder of the world's first Serious Games Institute in Coventry.
Tim Luft It will even look at issues with crowd control with the introduction of iCrowd - a management simulation for the police and security services.
I spent a few weeks in a Vienna hospital and the remainder in Stalag 4 [Stalag Luft IV, a German POW camp for airmen] in northern Poland.