LEGRO

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LEGROLEGged Mobile Robot
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We have to really be ready for this and try to control the outbreak as soon as possible in Tanzania," Legros said.
I do know that Elmyr was about to be extradited to France, and he was fearful that Fernand Legros would have him killed in prison.
Legros is poised for a breakout year in 2013 with a new distributor and installer in Colorado (Transwest Truck and RV) and in Hearst at Sam's Car Sales.
In 1996, then living in Phnom Penh, Mam and Legros co-founded AFESIP (Agir Pour les Femmes en Situation Precaire, or Acting for Women in Distressing Situations).
C&S: In a technical article written in February 2005 (and published in September 2006 in your Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture co-edited with Victor Ginsburgh), the economist Patrick Legros argues that the so-called curse of the Internet, and "new technologies" which allow for infinite copying, may in fact be a blessing in disguise rather than a threat to artists, since these developments foster the emergence of new artworks.
The Oregon-based Tom Nunes and Lisa LeGros Nunes make melodic folk-pop.
James LeGros plays an environmentalist in the Alaska-set eco-horror story "The Last Winter.
French soil scientist Legros (l'Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - INRA) presents the methods of cartography that are applied to the soil mantle in order to understand the spatial organization of soils in the natural environment, summarize the information in a useful manner, and apply the information in a socially and economically justifiable way.
Nevertheless, we found in the study by Legros et al.
The year 2000 marks the publication of the monumental work by Alain Legros on the layered inscriptions painted on the beams of Montaigne's library.
Despite the lack of indigenous features (many local features are stalled as they wait for the promised but long-delayed feature-film funding from the feds), there's still a large amount of service production going on, including American actor Billy Morrisette's 1970s take on Macbeth, starring James Legros and Christopher Walken, entitled Scotland, PA.