LASK


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LASKLinzer Athletik Sport Klub (German: Linz Athletic Sports Club; soccer club; est. 1908; Linz, Austria)
LASKLearning and Academic Skills (University of Minnesota; now Student Academic Success Services)
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Mr Lask, 36, former managing director of hmv.com says: "I want co-buying to be the next big thing and empower consumers.
And in a second incident, in November 2008, Idrizaj was rushed to hospital after a trial match with LASK Linz.
Lask said: "The increase in eating disorders is almost certainly due to the pressure on young females to be thin."
In a class action filed this year in New York, responses to discovery and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests are beginning to show that the number of affected users has been rising steadily in recent years, said attorney Susan Charna Lask, who represents the plaintiffs.
The rare condition of PRS predominantly affects girls between 8--16 years of age who, if managed well, are expected to recover completely (Lask, 2004).
Similarly Colvin initiates her discussion of the political plays of Marie Eugenie delle Grazie, Lu Marten, and Berta Lask with the question to what extent 'these three dramatists are prepared to sideline ideas about women's subjectivity and emancipation to portray the emancipation of the (primarily male) worker' (p.
However, if these disorders are not treated, they may become chronic conditions with devastating physical, emotional, and behavioral consequences (Lask & Bryant-Waugh, 1999).
The first group ("Reconfiguring Traditional Logic") primarily considers the influence of Emil Lask's philosophy of transcendental logic (Kant's "logic of truth" [p.
Last week a farm worker discovered a skull in a field and other human remains were later found nearby at Lask Edge in Leek.
Last week a farm worker discovered a skull in a field - and other human remains were later found nearby at Lask Edge in Leek, Staffordshire.