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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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This merger will create Saul Ewing Arnstein and Lehr, a firm with more than 400 attorneys in 15 offices in the US.
In addition to deepening its bench in those core areas, for Arnstein and Lehr, the merger provides a long-sought presence on the East Coast (including in Delaware for its bankruptcy practitioners) and strengthens the firm's intellectual property offerings.
As such, the Federal Circuit found that the petition did not explain why borrowing the rationale for combining the secondary references with the Alpha reference equally applied to combining the secondary references with the Lehr reference.
Oddly, Lehr does not offer population figures for the district, but it is probably a smaller community now; the rural municipality had barely 1,600 souls in the 2006 census.
Lehr has served as Senior Vice President and Grabe's Deputy since the completion of the merger between Orbital Sciences Corporation and Alliant Techsystems (ATK) in February 2015.
A 2014 graduate of Kutztown University, where he was nominated for a Senior Interactive Design Award, Lehr began his freelance career working with large e-commerce sites and back-end systems where he immersed himself in the intricacies of coding.
CAST: John Lehr, Nick Brown, Allison Dunbar, Robert Clendenin
Lehr had been executive vice president of business development.
Lehr prints at one-to-one scale, so while all the works in the show are modestly sized--they enjoyed plenty of breathing room even in this smallish gallery--each maintains a direct relationship to its subject.
Lehr has been with IFA since 1990, where he has held a number of positions related to membership, marketing, advertising and international development.
Lehr is Science Director of the Heartland Institute, a libertarian think tank supported by contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations.
Caption: ARNSTEIN & LEHR in Miami continued its longtime support of KidSide, a Miami-Dade not-for-profit that raises funds for Family Court Services, with a $2,500 sponsorship of the organization's 2012 softball tournament fundraiser.