LEABLife Expectancy at Birth
LEABLower Extremity Arterial Bypass
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His brother-in-law Oeun Sophoeut said Sambo had since been put in pre-trial detention on charges of 'illegal land excavation leading to the damage of natural resources at Leab Mountain and negligence causing the death of a worker'.
Leab said, most of them concentrated in the western part of the state.
Leab, From Sambo to Superspade: The Black Experience in Motion Pictures, Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Company, 1976, 249.
Foamed bitumen is produced by spraying water into the heated bitumen or by adding moist fine mineral aggregate into asphalt mixture: WAM-Foam; Terex WMA System; Double-Barrel Green; LEA--Low Energy Asphalt; LEA-CO; EBE; EBT; LEAB; Ultrafoam GX; Lt Asphalt;
It is this story that Daniel Leab tells in his Orwell Subverted: The CIA and the Filming of Animal Farm.
I lacks ham, but I nebber kin eat mo'd'n two er th'ee poun's befo'I gits ter studyin' 'bout Dave, en den I has ter stop en leab de res' fer ernudder time" (135).
Leab writes that "All too often historians write as though studios were monoliths with set political agendas.
Leab has asserted that The Fighting 69th and Sergeant York were not primarily designed to stimulate sentiment for war as suggested in Janine Basinger, The World War II Combat Film: Anatomy of a Genre (New York: Columbia UP , 1986), 98, and Robert Sklar, City Boys: Cagney, Bogart, Garfield (Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1992), 99, 105.
They focus on: political theory (Gerald Stourzh on rights culture and Ari Hoogenboom on the distinctiveness of American republicanism); religion and nationalism (Hartmut Lehman on comparative religion, Carl Degler on Social Darwinism, Hans Trefousse on civil religion, and Kathleen Niels Conzen on German-American Catholic communalism); race and stereotyping (Kenneth Kusner on comparative racism and Daniel Leab on movie images); transnational economics (Elisabeth Glaser on the House of Morgan's aid for the allies during the Great War); and the general difficulties of transnational history (Peter Kruger on postwar German historiography, Hans Guggisberg on American exceptionalism).