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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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The chain expanded to 24, locations before the Lewises sold them in 1987 for $33 million.
At this point, it may be obvious where the story is going; nevertheless, I'll try not to give too much away, except to say that the Lewises find their lives invaded by sinister people who suffer from nosebleeds and look like refugees from The Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Subsequent to the Ninth Circuit's decision in Dixon V, the Lewises, taxpayers who had settled with the IRS when it renewed its original settlement agreement in 1992, filed a motion with the Tax Court seeking to have it vacate their stipulated decision and to reopen their cases so that they could receive the benefit of the Thompson settlement agreement.
His profiles of the Hoopers and Lewises of the baseball world are tremendous.
The Lewises live on 40 acres in northern Idaho with their two home-schooled children, assorted livestock and a shop that overflows into the house with depressing regularity.
THE HONEYMOON MAY BE OVER FOR Aaron and Erica Lewis of Detroit, but the couple is still enjoying the fruits of the financial labor they put in before they said "I do." 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.
Latter-day Lewises & Clarks chronicle a float down the wild Missouri: same scenery, less wildlife, better spelling.
The Lewises sold the paper in 1999 to Robert Van Vleet, owner of the Sidney Daily Sun.
Despite the sly distortions that streamed over the air from the Lindberghs and the Lewises; despite the conversion of certain shaken liberals to the Willkie cause-despite these things, a great majority of the American people went quietly to the polls and used their own good judgement....
The Buddy Lewises, Phil Cavarettas, Dale Mitchells, Bob Dillingers, and Harry Walkers were phased out in favor of slow-moving sluggers like Hank Sauer, Gus Zernial, Ted Kluszewski, Joe Adcock, an Roy Sievers.