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Lockyer

(ˈlɒkjə)
n
(Biography) Sir Joseph Norman. 1836–1920, English astronomer: a pioneer in solar spectroscopy, he was the first to observe helium in the sun's atmosphere (1868)

Lock•yer

(ˈlɒk yər)

n.
Sir Joseph Norman, 1836–1920, English astronomer and author.
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-- I commenced my return, and followed a new road called Lockyer's Line, along which the country is rather more hilly and picturesque.
"I put myself in a position of being back here this time next year, whether I'd have the same motivation," Lockyer said.
California Treasurer, Bill Lockyer has sought details of swap deals from six banks.
"It was a physical game and we're going to have some bruises tomorrow," said skipper Darren Lockyer.
The tourists clearly missed the kicking game of Sean Long, who flew home at the start of the week, as Lockyer led the Kangaroos superbly.
The impacts are already costing millions of dollars and the price tag is increasing,'' said Bill Lockyer, California's attorney general.
These concerns are echoed in the literature by Al-Bataineh, Brooks and Bassoppo-Moyo (2005), Bennett and Lockyer (2004), Bibeau (2001), Burge (1999), and Maheesh and McIsaac (1999) and McShane (2004).
"It's part of a strategy to address global warming," attorney general Bill Lockyer said.
The lawsuit is the first of its kind to seek to hold manufacturers liable for the damages caused by their vehicles' emissions, California Attorney General Bill Lockyer said.
If California Attorney General Bill Lockyer has his way, all french fries and potato chips sold in his state will soon carry a warning label.
Attorney General Lockyer has argued that the FMBs fall under the state's legal definition for distilled spirits, and he has pressed the state Board of Equalization and the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to reclassify the drinks.
CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERAL BILL LOCKYER IN late August filed suit against five food processors and four fast-food chains for failing to warn consumers about the dangers of acrylamide, a carcinogen produced when potatoes and other starchy foods are cooked at high temperatures.