Loggan

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Log´gan


n.1.See Logan.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Loggan and Moeller[15] reported a case of cecal perforation they believed occurred because of thinness of the cecal wall resulting from quiescent ulcerative colitis.
Among the earlier recordings, made by Grayston Burgess and the Purcell Consort of Voices, David Loggan's print of Eton College emphasizes the repertorial link with the college, even though most of the polyphony on the record was written elsewhere.
Police found that his final collision 300 yards from the Loggan's Moor roundabout in Hayle was captured on Mr Bowden's camera which was still running.
"This was the time when Virginia could walk out with her father to the Loggan Rock of Trem Crom and the fairyland of great ferns which stood high above a child's head, or to Halestown Bog where the osmunds grew" (qtd.
Another trainer to land a double was Philip Rothwell, whose Dun Belle Magic collared the front-running For A Song after the last to forge clear for a nine-length win, under Shane Jackson, in the 2m2f handicap hurdle, before Loggan Lass, blinkered for the first time, took the maiden hunter chase under 7lb claimer Aaron Walsh.
Major John Parry, a former master of the Belvoir Hunt near Grantham, Lincs, failed to meet up with friends in the Loggan Water area of the River Spey in Moray.
The great quadrangle of Eton College has changed little in appearance since Loggan published his panorama in 1688 (illus.
The next year, in David Loggan's celebrated Cantabrigia Illustrata, Newton the private heretic improbably appears as the sponsor of the image of the university church and is described as 'Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, Fellow of Trinity, Fellow of the Royal Society, very accomplished Mathematician, Philosopher, Chemist'.
AKA Lonnie Logins, AKA Lee L Logins AkA Lee Logan, AKA Lee Logans, Aka Lee Logans, AKA Lee Loggans, has made a living pretending to be the lead singer of the hitmaking, four-time Grammy Award winning, 1950's-60's band, the Drifters.