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Lash

(lash),
Abraham Fae, 20th-century U.S. obstetrician-gynecologist. See: Lash operation.

lash

(lash),
An eyelash.
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Lasher is the first student from Cambridge Lakes Charter School to sign with a university for an athletic team.
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That keeps us focused on market needs and the best ways to use our skills to meet those needs," said Donna Lasher, Okay's vice president.
Fear of aging is a core mediator regulating individual aging processes and experiences, as well as attitudes and behaviors towards elders (Allan & Johnson, 2009; Lasher & Faulkender, 1993).
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Other studies have found evidence for the relation between the learning task (such as the content of the course) and interest (Bergin, 1999; Krapp, 2002; Renninger, Ewen, & Lasher, 2000).
In 1949, GMP and Bell Telephone Laboratories joined forces to pioneer the first modern automatic lashing machine, the Model B Lasher, establishing the telephone industry's standard in lashing technology.
You guys should do all hunters a favor and do an article on what Joe Lasher has put together.
John's not a lasher of horses, so I'm sure he's just supporting the jockeys.
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