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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.
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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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Nine papers from a May 2002 conference at the University of York (presumably in Canada) explore the crisis in the eastern and southern Mediterranean, Italy and the papacy, and the Frankish and Lombardic response.
Julie sends out Behaviour, ridden by Paul Eddery, to take the mile handicap, and Lombardic and Frankie Dettori score in the mile-and-a-half contest.
JULIE Cecil enjoys better luck in the Old Newton Cup when Lombardic (J Reid) 5-1 jt fav scrambles home by a neck from Mark Johnston's Royal Ascot King George V winner Diaghilef (D Holland) 5-1, with John Hills-trained Glide Path (M Henry) 5-1, the 1994 winner posted missing
The cry is cut off by a swift, angry downward-moving scale motive, a catabasis figure, followed by a desperate rhythmical signal and a Lombardic sigh.