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luxon

(1) An excess of a tissue—e.g., increased muscle mass.
(2) Troland.
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LUXON ZIGZAGGING IN TIME, DRIFTING FORWARD IN SPACE
As the only non-stop service between New Zealand and the Philippines, our flight will be quicker and more convenient for travellers than the fastest current option which flies indirect, potentially saving up to two and a half hours each way, said Luxon.
Luxon Live features universal web browser accessibility and allows comparison between locations.
The next two articles of the book, by Luxon and Michael Davies, in some ways give the closest readings of any of the contributions to Trauma, and yet they also make two of its most obvious blunders because they rely too much on ill-fitting theory rather than Bunyan's own thought world of the Bible.
Pruitt (President), Tom Luxon (Vice President), Labriola (Secretary), Jameela Lares (Treasurer) and the following member of the Executive Committee: Ken Hiltner.
Aerius CEO, Bill Luxon said that, using Static-Free Design in the US, the company will also add the Portuguese, Spanish, French and German languages at a rate of an average of one per week.
Mr Wong has won a host of international vocal competitions, taught at various singing conventions and studied with now retired UK vocalist Benjamin Luxon.
Tracing Protestant Christianity's debt to principles of classical friendship, Luxon adds, "I will be focusing not only on Milton's attempt to harness classical friendship theory to the task of reforming heterosexual Christian marriage but also on what ideas and contradictions he .
Det Sgt James Luxon said: "Crimes or offences involving an airgun can carry just as severe sentences as those in which a real firearm is used.
The review panel included: Jim Luxon (GA, Chair), Don Batchelor (ORNL), George Cava (DOE Princeton Area Office), Dave Hill (LLNL), Bob Kaita (PPPL), Sergei Krasheninnikov (UCSD), Fritz Leuterer (IPP Garching), Takahisa Ozeki (JAERI), and Doug Post (LANL).
Not so soprano Rachel Luxon, who appeared to be delivering bland voice exercises.