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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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Headwater's expertise in the professional services industry coupled with Delfour's knowledge of the logistics and distribution industries represents a powerful new strategic opportunity," Luft said.
Thousand Oaks took an early 3-0 lead on Zach Shultis' 33-yard first-quarter field goal, then went ahead 17-0 in the second half on Malm's run-back score and Cloney's 19-yard touchdown pass to Luft before Newbury Park answered with a 35-yard field goal by Leonardi and Lasecla's 5-yard touchdown pass to Leonardi.
Three plays later, Luft used his 6-foot-5 frame to shield off the defender and catch a touchdown pass in the left corner of the end zone to give Thousand Oaks (5-1, 2-1) its first lead since the first quarter.
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.
Luft believes that the Saudi Arabia's such strategy is now beginning to work.
STIFF UPPER LIP PoWs at Stalag Luft III and, inset, Paul
It is not until 40 minutes into the show that Lorna Luft communes with the audience.
On a positive note, Luft did provide us with an insight into Garland's persona with a tale highlighting her mischievious nature.
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.
Owens was quickly arrested and Luft made his escape.
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.