Laurer


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Lau´rer


n.1.Laurel.
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At OneBeacon, Laurer led a multidisciplinary team of actuarial, claims, finance, legal, risk control, support and underwriting professionals focused on the sector.
WWE wrestler Chyna, born Joan Laurer, died at age 46 reportedly due to an overdose.
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WRESTLING star Chyna Laurer's brain is going to be donated to science.
Last week former WWE female world champion Joanie Laurer - aka Chyna - was found dead in her home.
chyna WWE star, whose real name was Joan Marie Laurer, was one of the most popular female professional wrestlers in the late 1990s, died aged 45.
Chyna, real name Joan Marie Laurer, was found at her apartment in Redondo Beach, California.
Chyna, whose real name was Joan Marie Laurer, was found dead at her home in Los Angeles.
The primary damage to the brain often leads to secondary cascade of events such as breakdown of the duramater and the blood-brain barrier, edema, inflammation, change in ionic homeostasis, excitotoxicity, apoptosis and pathological activation of various genes and biochemical processes (Lyeth et al., 1993; Laurer & McIntosh, 1999; Tashlykov et al., 2007; Tweedie et al., 2007).
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