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lazar

(lā′zər, lăz′ər)
n. Archaic
A diseased person; a leper.
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Lazar since 2007 and have been impressed with his patient care and dedication to the HIFU technology since his first treatment.
Lazar, “circumvents the national government of Baghdad by directly supplying Sunni tribesmen or the Kurdish Peshmerga with heavy weapons, this will be a blatant interference in the affairs of the sovereign government of Iraq and an incomprehensible insult to its citizens and their democratically elected government.
Donations may be made in memory of John Lazar to fund Cardiac Amyloidosis Research on behalf of Dr.
Lazar, a well-known personality in the media world, has made regular appearances discussing Internet culture and digital trends on major networks such as CBS News, Bloomberg TV, CNN and Fox News channel.
Lazar became abbot of the largest monastery there, having personally supervised the complete reconstruction of the buildings, church, grounds and walls.
After spending several months in the hospital and undergoing rehabilitation, young Lazar recovered and began living a normal life.
Once Torrey became a candidate last week, Lazar said he decided to drop out because he did not want to take votes away from Piercy.
Lazar has an extensive background in equipment and supplies.
Roosevelt University recently recognized MTNA member Ludmila Lazar, for her exemplary service to the university and achievements in her career, with the Rolf A.
Upon his death in a battle against the Turks, she joined the court of Prince Lazar, who was to die leading the Serbs in the Battle of Kosovo.
SAN FRANCISCO-Michael Gennet has resigned as president of the San Francisco Mart to take a position with Lazar Industries, a Los Angeles-based producer of upholstered furniture.
Lazar, a molecular endocrinologist at Pennsylvania.