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LEXLexical Analysis (Unix Program)
LEXLife Expectancy (World Health Organization)
LEXLocal Exchange
LEXLeading Edge Extension
LEXLambda Epsilon Chi (Paralegal National Honor Society)
LEXLAN Extension
LEXLexington, KY, USA - Blue Grass Field (Airport Code)
LEXLegal Expert Group (EU)
LEXLow-Resolution X-Ray Spectrometer
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On a day like this there's no such word as fail in my bright lexicon."
"Mortally: after all, it's tough work fagging away at a language with no master but a lexicon."
"And in the South Seas garnered a better vocabulary from the lexicon of Love," Percival was quick on the uptake.
In Sophocles' Lexicon I find a reference to Chrysostom(l, 242, A.
All human actions will then, of course, be tabulated according to these laws, mathematically, like tables of logarithms up to 108,000, and entered in an index; or, better still, there would be published certain edifying works of the nature of encyclopaedic lexicons, in which everything will be so clearly calculated and explained that there will be no more incidents or adventures in the world.
Stelling's reading stand, they sent it thundering down with its heavy lexicons to the floor.
A live audio webcast for this conference will be available in the 'Events' section of the Lexicon website at www.lexpharma.com/.
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals shares are trading lower after Sanofiterminated its Zynquista collaboration with the company.
Her Majesty also carried her black handbag while unveiling a commemorative plaque during the opening of the Lexicon Shopping Center.
Lexicon Science will use the information to model how changes to road design, traffic flow and smart navigation will ease movement around cities, improve air quality, as well as to develop systems for autonomous vehicles.