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Sir Joseph Norman. 1836--1920, English astronomer: a pioneer in solar spectroscopy, he was the first to observe helium in the sun's atmosphere (1868)
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But despite those stellar numbers, Lockyer said he simply wants to be known as someone who gave his all.
Lockyer sought details from JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE: JPM), Bank of America Merrill Lynch (NYSE: BAC), Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC), Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C), Goldman Sachs Group, Inc (NYSE: GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS).
Winger Brent Tate finished off slick work by halves Thurston and Lockyer, and fullback Billy Slater made it 16-0 after regathering a Thurston kick.
Danny McGuire briefly narrowed the gap but some inspired probing from Lockyer set up a try for Karmichael Hunt.
It is time to hold these companies responsible for their contribution to this crisis,'' Lockyer stated.
Bennett and Lockyer (2004) describe the "added layer of complexity" that on-line components add and that become pervasive in "ways that both extend and limit practices" (p 242).
The carmakers responded to Lockyer's lawsuit by issuing a statement saying they were already building cleaner and more fuel-efficient vehicles.
Lockyer said he would seek tens or hundreds of millions of dollars from the automakers because greenhouse gases from their vehicles have caused billions of dollars of damage.
"Flavored malt beverages are sweet-tasting alcoholic drinks that mimic familiar nonalcoholic beverages like cola, lemonade, iced tea and fruit-flavored water," Lockyer wrote to the state tax board.
"I am not telling people to stop eating potato chips and french fries," Lockyer was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle.
At about the same time the retailer agreed to settle a lawsuit initiated by State Attorney General Bill Lockyer, who claimed that Safeway had the worst record of underage tobacco sales of all the major California grocery chains.
In July 2004, California attorney general Bill Lockyer sued Mexican candy manufacturers and distributors, including two subsidiaries of the Virginia-based Mars candy company, for neglecting to advise consumers that many of their products contain lead.