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Libon

(lī`bŏn), fl. 5th cent. B.C., Greek architect. Within the sacred precincts of Altis at Olympia where the Greeks celebrated their Olympic games, he built the Doric temple to Zeus (completed c.456 B.C.).
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Although the majority of data focuses on the effects of chronic alcohol ingestion, experimental evidence further suggests that even acute exposure has similar detrimental effects on alveolar macrophage immune function, although these defects readily resolve (Libon et al.
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