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Noun1.Lenard - German physicist who studied cathode rays (1862-1947)
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The property was listed by Idalina Lopes Jata of Douglas Elliman Real Estate and sold by Patricia Mayo and Jon David Lenard of Coldwell Banker Residential.
The chamber also welcomes three new board directors: Lenard Hendersen, deputy director for state Rep.
On the other hand, 10-year old Lenard Baldonado from San Pedro, Laguna died of septic shock secondary to raptured appendix.
The Equinox Gold Board of Directors includes Ross Beaty, Christian Milau, Greg Smith, Marcel de Groot, Lenard Boggio, Marshall Koval and Jacques McMullen.
We are pleased to have Jason join our executive team and welcome him to the LBI Media family," said LBI Media CEO Lenard Liberman.
Rzepka asks an interesting question at the conclusion about what Lenard will choose to do in later years, but wisely does not really answer.
com)-- Lenard Pink's walking tour, The Wild & Wonderful Women of Westminster will dissect, poke and prod those women who have battled, campaigned, fought and slept their way into the history books.
Finally, attention is given in three essays to Lenard D.
The chorus was launched by Mary Lenard, director of the Minnesota Leadership Council on Aging, and Marge Ostroushko, a radio producer whose credits range from "A Prairie Home Companion" to "Speaking of Faith.
Marcel d'Entremont was impressive as Alfred and acted the part with wonderful enthusiasm; Nina Scott-Stoddart was a hilarious Prince Orlofsky; and Lenard Whiting, Lukus Uhlman, John Lindsay-Botten and Rob O'Quinn were all very entertaining, as the peals of laughter in the audience certainly attested.
Lenard Marcus, partner at Edison, and director network member Teresa Winslow will both join Clinverse's board.
The Internet lets shoppers enter a showroom armed with the same information as a dealer, said Chantel Lenard, Ford Motor Co.