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lew

(ljuː; luː)
adj
tepid or lukewarm
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The choices we make over the years to come can alter this projection," Lew said, suggesting increased investments would boost economic growth and productivity.
After we exhaust this borrowing capacity, we will be left with only the cash we have on hand and any incoming revenues to meet our country's commitments," Lew said.
Lew will visit China on March 19 and 20, meeting with Chinese leaders and senior economic officials "to discuss the bilateral relationship and opportunities for cooperation and growth," the department said.
Rumors that Lew would be chosen to head the Treasury Department have been circulating for weeks.
He was born in Poland, a son of Irving and Sonia (Wiadro) Lew and came to Fitchburg in 1939 when he was 11 years old.
Lew and Hilary are, respectively, the Evesham and Pershore market town managers, working for Wychavon District Council.
Sir Roger remembers how he was "persuaded" by ATV boss Lew Grade to take the role of Lord Brett Sinclair after wanting out after seven years of The Saint.
Sadly, by the end of her life Van Lew had more friends in Boston than in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia, where she had become a social outcast.
The LEW uses planning factors from the Army Command and General Staff College's Combat Service Support Battle Book Student Text 101-6 and the Army's Operations Logistics (OPLOG) Planner, Version 2.
If Hollywood is Mount Olympus, Lew Wasserman is Zeus,'' says Jack Valenti, ex-head of the Motion Picture Association of America, interviewed in Avrich's film.
We stopped 100 yards from the clearcut, and Lew voice-grunted and scraped a tree with his megaphone call.