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Lombard,

village (1990 pop. 39,408), Du Page co., NE Ill., a residential suburb of Chicago; inc. 1869. Plastics are produced. The village is known for its lilacs.

Lombard

1
Peter. ?1100--?60, Italian theologian, noted for his Sententiarum libri quatuor

Lombard

2
1. a native or inhabitant of Lombardy
2. a member of an ancient Germanic people who settled in N Italy after 568 ad
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During his 1992-2004 tenure as president of Johnson Development Corporation, an urban development organization founded by Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Lombard led a joint venture with Loews Cineplex Entertainment that brought first-class movie houses - known as Magic Johnson Theaters - back to the inner city.
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Yesterday the Irish Sports Council denied Lombard would not have been tested without the customs' tip-off.
When we bought the stake from Lombard we had a number of options.
Students and graduates should look like professionals when they attend campus career fairs or go on job interviews," Lombard says.
Athletics chiefs also said it was likely Lombard would be stripped of his 10,000m Irish record.
NatWest wants Lombard to concentrate on activities where it is dealing direct with clients.
Pismo and Lombard PowerBooks are extremely well designed and have very loyal users.
Most recently, Lombard exited its investment in Taiwan-based San Shing Fastech ("San Shing" www.
Lombard, 28, was stunned when Olympic officials told him he had failed a test for drugs last week.
Lombard, aged 27, is said to be still undecided about becoming a student - although the new Cambridge term starts next week.