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luxon

(1) An excess of a tissue—e.g., increased muscle mass.
(2) Troland.
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Luxon operates across 15 offices in five states in the dynamic Mid-Atlantic and Southern markets.
Originally founded in 2002, Cary Street Partners operates as the wealth management arm of Luxon Financial, with clients located across 48 states.
Luxon Financial is an independent financial services firm and the parent of wealth management Cary Street Partners.
The couple's three-yearold daughter suffered a broken neck, and Mrs Luxon broke a leg.
Accordingly simultaneity is relative, which means it depends on one's point of view, and nothing can beat a luxon as it speeds through the universe, ever coursing onward at one single lightspeed regardless of one's point of view (that is, no matter how fast or in what direction one is going), simply because from its point of view it is going nowhere in no time.
As the only non-stop service between New Zealand and the Philippines, our flight will be quicker and more convenient for travellers than the fastest current option which flies indirect, potentially saving up to two and a half hours each way, said Luxon.
Nedap states Luxon Live defines a new standard in reducing the operating costs of lighting systems.
Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon told (http://www.fairfaxmedia.com.au/) Fairfax Media on Tuesday that he was looking to announce the airline's first flights to South America "shortly." However, he would not reveal the destination.
Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon said the tie-up "clearly fits our business objectives of working with the right partners in the right markets to deliver seamless customer journeys".
Chief Executive Officer Christopher Luxon made the announcement at the official opening of the airlineOs Customer Innovation and Collaboration Centre in Auckland on Nov.
Baritone Benjamin Luxon came to Tyneside to sing to the youngsters in Ward 16 South and to finalise arrangements for a fund-raising concert at Newcastle's City Hall.