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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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I concede that PAP may be false, but the underlying intuition linking leeway and responsibility is correct.
A certain leeway could be given to member states in the development of guidelines or national charters of best practice.
Gateshead councillors have given officers at the authority leeway to take a decision over the future of the former Jockey underwear factory at Team Valley after agency chiefs give their views.
Unfortunately, he gave himself no leeway for using common sense by booking Matty Robson for a challenge on Andy Holdsworth in only the seventh minute.
Otherwise, in the current proteomics--where proteins are identified primarily by correlation of mass spectrometric data to sequence in a database, rather than de novo as during the age of chemical sequencing by Edman chemistry--there is great leeway for misinterpretation of proteomic data.
Some bishops thought that it was necessary to give some leeway to the National Socialist Party as the only one strongly opposed to the advance of Bolshevism in Europe.
Yesterday Simon Clegg, the BOA chef de mission for Athens,acknowledged there would be some leeway.
Especially in co-op and condo buildings, owners and managers admit that they have very little leeway when it comes to cutting expanses.
Winning trainer David Evans said: "His jockey gave them too much leeway last time and he should have won last week.
The colleges argue that their reservations' legal status as sovereign nations gives them the leeway to defy the FCC.
But other Justices argued that the national drug problem in high schools is so serious that school boards should be given a lot of leeway to devise whatever remedies they think might work.