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lur

(lʊə) or

lure

n, pl lures (ˈlʊərɪz)
(Instruments) a large bronze musical horn found in Danish peat bogs and probably dating to the Bronze Age
[from Danish (and Swedish and Norwegian) lur, from Old Norse lūthr trumpet]
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To evaluate whether LUR models for OP potentially have added value in epidemiological studies over the existing models in the ESCAPE study (see Supplemental Material, Table S2), we assessed the correlations between the OP model predictions and the previously developed LUR model predictions at 40 sites where only N[O.
ANTRA cavities CALCULI kidney stones DUCAT old European coin IMARI Japanese porcelain IOS cries of joy JAKAJ town in Albania (Geonames online database) LASSI cold drink made with yoghurt LENTICEL breathing pore in bark LUR old Scandinavian trumpet MANTRAM mantra PREAMP preamplifier in sound system QOREQ town in Afghanistan (Geonames online database) RABBIN rabbi RICKLE rickety structure UBUNTU humanity and compassion VAZOV Ivan, Bulgarian poet, 1850-1921 (Wikipedia) XEROTIC abnormally dry YARROW strop-scented plant ZMUDZ dialect of Lithuanian (Webster's 2nd edition, 1961)
Produced in collaboration with British ice cream makers The Licktators, 'The Magic Whip' is an individual tub of dairy vanilla ice cream rippled with raspberry coulis and will be in shops from June, in time for B lur 's UK festival dates this summer at the Isle of Wight (13[sup.
Lur, a MP representing Maiwut county in Upper Nile, told reporters that their decision to abandon rebellion and join government was to ensure peace and stability returned to the world's youngest nation.
This section employs variation in the LUR at the county level to analyze differences in labor market outcomes across racial and ethnic groups, broken down by JC randomization.
In cooperation with Lur Berri and Arcadie, we have started an organisational plan, whereby farmer value will be generated by carefully planning the fattening of animals before they are sent to the slaughterhouse", said Vivadour.
The profitability of Alfesca's operations is forecast to strengthen however, in the wake of the company's takeover by a consortium headed by the French-controlled Lur Berri Iceland ehf.
Normally we eat at Sa Capella, the old monastery or the Moroccan El Ayoun but the hotel recommends a little place called Ama Lur.
Archeologists had unearthed several examples of the ancient lur in 1797, in good enough condition that they could be played.
ANSWERS: 1 Opus Dei; 2 Pygmalion; 3 Gold; 4 Enid Blyton; 5 Birdseye frozen peas; 6 168; 7 Pontius Pilate; 8 Kirk Douglas; 9 The African; 10 B lur.
His appearance at the Lauga rdalsvol lur Stadium in Reykjavik almost certainly ended Liverpool's interest in the England international.
The opening fanfare was played from the balcony on a bronze lur, a replica of an instrument from the Nordic Bronze Age (1500-500 BC).