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Lee

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Robert, English physician, 1793-1877. See: Lee ganglion.

Lee

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Roger I., U.S. physician, 1881-1967. See: Lee-White method.
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There are of course lees and lees: red and white, clean and funky, freshly minted and beyond-shelf-life stale.
1 is the use of gravity, the self-cleaning approach to lees removal.
Lees' ten main essays are arranged thematically in three sections reflecting the book's title, Cities, Sin, and Social Reform.
In Part Two: Deviancy Perceived, Lees takes on definitions of sin, illegality and immorality.
He still might make small amounts of the protein in his muscle tissue, says Lee. Other than showing increased muscle mass and strength compared to other boys his age, the child has developed normally.
Khurana, as well as Lee and other researchers, are studying whether compounds that inhibit myostatin could preserve muscle in people with various muscular dystrophies or even stimulate new muscle to grow.
Further, since JMA did not advance payment of litigation costs based on the probability of recovery from contingent lee clients, such amounts were not loans.
In the picture book Please, Baby, Please, filmmaker Spike Lee and his wife, Tonya, recollect some of the "terrible twos" antics that they witnessed while raising their own children--Jackson and Satchel.
Why, after such a promising colonial beginning, were the Lees so dogged by tragedy and failure?
Lee for dead on the floor of the trailer with two gunshot wounds to her head and Priscilla's baby crying on a couch nearby.
Instead, I want to start from the understanding that Clockers utilizes iconography similar to that in a number of other films set in African American urban spaces in the nineties, but I want to expand upon this observation by suggesting that Lee broadens this urban sign system in discrete ways.