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Lahr, who has led Boeing's investor relations team since January 2013, will move to Autonomous Systems, a key segment of the company's Defense, Space & Security unit that provides high-performance unmanned aircraft systems, underwater maritime vehicles, and certain electronic and information systems.
Kiadis Pharma N.V (AEX:KDS.AS)(Brussels: KDS), a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing innovative T-cell immunotherapy treatments for blood cancers and inherited blood disorders, announced on Thursday the appointment of Arthur Lahr as chief operating officer and CEO designate of the company, effective 1 January 2017.
Joined by sidekick Waldo Rabbit and co-stars Grease Monkey, Groucho Gremlin, and Cock Robinhood, Leo the Cryin' Lion, whose general appearance and personality seemed to owe great debt to Lahr's Cowardly Lion, wandered tearfully through adventures that brought to mind more popular anthropomorphic animal stars of print and film.
"Lethal raids by competing groups were part of life for hunter-gatherer communities at the time of the Nataruk attack," Lahr says.
"It is a brutal, physical, lethal attack with the intention to kill those individuals who could put up a defense or mount a counter-attack, or who perhaps were of no use to them, whether it was a man or a very pregnant woman, too young or too old," MirazEn Lahr.
PS1.9m The costume and, left, Bert Lahr wearing it in the film PS1.9m
The big cat outfit had been authenticated as the one Lahr wore in the 1939 film.
The big cat outfit has been authenticated as the one Lahr wore in the 1939 film, according to a Bonhams' sales catalog.
Anyone hoping for a sunnier picture of that life from Lahr, though, will be disappointed.
Lahr, 72, was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Saturday night during a ceremony in Stillwater, Okla.
Lahr thinks part of the answer must lie in the sheer outlay of energy required to maintain large brains-in humans it accounts for about a quarter of all the energy used by the body.