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lehr

[ler]
(engineering)
A long oven in which glass is cooled and annealed after being formed. Also spelled lear; leer.

lehr

A long tunnel-shaped oven used in annealing glass, usually in a continuous process.
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BArnstein and Lehr has served clients of all sizes throughout the US and abroad, with attorneys practicing in five main practice areas business, litigation, local government, tax and estate planning and real estate.
Rather, the Federal Circuit noted that "while the PTO has broad authority to establish procedures for revisiting earlier-granted patents in IPRs, that authority is not so broad that it allows the PTO to raise, address, and decide unpatentability theories never presented by the petitioner and not supported by record evidence." The Federal Circuit still further found that PTAB had improperly shifted the burden to the patent owner to produce evidence that the claimed invention would not have been obvious in view of the Lehr combination of references, noting that "it is inappropriate to shift the burden to the patentee after institution to prove that the patent is patentable."
Lehr's book is the most recent and the sixth in the Studies and Immigration Series by the University of Manitoba Press.
There's a genuine quality there," said Lehr. "And he looked the part, obviously." (That's his real hair; his goatee was turned into a fuller beard in makeup.) The guy in the bear suit--"one of the top three fake bears around," according to Lehr--was impressive on set, too.
In group A, planar and SPECT imaging were done with the LEHR collimator, whereas an MEGP collimator was used in group B.
The first two chapters of the new Katz and Lehr volume cover early Anabaptist history, looking at the founding of the Hutterites, exploring the world-rejecting worldview they shared with other Anabaptists, and chronicling their migrations from Moravia, where they had established their early settlements, to Russia, where they were offered a haven from the persecution they were experiencing in the eighteenth century, to North America, where they have come to prosper since their arrival in the 1870s.
John Lehr is a professor in geography at the University of Manitoba and conveniently located for the study of Manitoba Schmiedeleut.
Starring and co-written by John Lehr, who plays an Eastern tenderfoot who brags about his Harvard background, it's an awfully slim construct, played at a level somewhere between desert-dry and teeth-gnashing irritation.
Mudd's departure comes shortly after both Malcolm Bordelon and Mike Lehr were let go in San Jose.
Once they learned Whitey was a rat, they've all turned on him - having felt betrayed by their boss - so there's no loyalty there," Lehr said, referring to Bulger's status as an FBI informant.
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