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lehr

(lɪə)
n
(General Engineering) a long tunnel-shaped oven used for annealing glass
[from German: pattern, model]
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Buyer advisor: Crowe , Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr ,
Lehr works with firm leadership to help partners and associates develop into the best practitioners, managers, and leaders they can be.
"They'll hear about it tomorrow when we get back in the room, then we'll get back to work, and hopefully ready for regionals," added Lehr, who will have Liam O'Donnell (29-6) the No.
Lehr, a former Boston Globe journalist and co-author of Black Mass (Public Affairs, 2000), revisits one of his old crime reports for a tale of police injustice and bases this novel on a real case involving a man wrongly convicted of murder.
Lehr's music remains as irresistibly appealing as when his operetta was first performed.
This merger will create Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr, a firm with more than 400 attorneys in 15 offices in the US.
The Court in In re Magnum Oil Tools Int'l, LTD noted that the original petition had merely referred to arguments based on the Alpha reference to its obviousness analysis with the Lehr reference, even though the Alpha and Lehr references were fundamentally different.
Historical geographer John Lehr subscribes to French historian Marc Bloch's idea that "all history is local" (7).
Katz and Lehr offer a detailed view of Hutterite communities, communal societies that the authors say have been subjected to unwarranted criticism in recent years.
A lehr is a type of oven used in the manufacture of what?
(NYSE: OA) said it has named Scott Lehr as president of the company's Flight Systems Group (FSG) effective 1 July 2015, succeeding Ron Grabe who will continue in a senior advisory capacity with the group.