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Le·wis

(lū'wis),
Gilbert N., U.S. chemist, 1875-1946.
See also: Lewis acid, Lewis base, second law of thermodynamics.

Le·wis

(lū'wis),
W. L., U.S. chemist, 1878-1943. See: lewisite.

Le·wis

(lū'wis),
Ivor, Welsh surgeon who in 1946 reported to the Royal College of Surgeons a two-stage esophagectomy by laparotomy and right thoracotomy, performed today as one procedure. See: Ivor Lewis esophagectomy.
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Barfield's distinction between the atomic and mythopoeic Lewises is instructive here, not in its insistence on explaining Lewis's own mind, but in pointing to the two kinds of contradictory positions taken up by modernity.
The Lewises filed a motion for reconsideration, arguing that their settlement agreement did not encompass or foreclose imposing sanctions on the IRS on their behalf.
If there was a team of 11 Malachi Lewises, could that team ever be beat?
Married since March 2003, the Lewises own three homes and $30,000 worth of equity investments.
As the mother of two little boys (5 and 3), one of the most important pieces of advice I received and can give back to the Lewises is to take lots of pictures.
The Lewises sold the paper in 1999 to Robert Van Vleet, owner of the Sidney Daily Sun.
Kolbrener's warring angels are the satanic and angelic parties in Milton criticism, the Empsons and the Lewises or, more recently, the "grand whig" Stanley Fish and scholars such as John Rumrich who (with nostalgia for the now) reinstate "a satanic Milton more suitable to the assumptions which inform post-modem critical practices" (109).
In 1993, the Lewises filed for an automatic extension to file their 1992 federal tax return.
That's just what the Lewises did when they decided to open the shop nine years ago.