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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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8220;When I first stepped in the door as a freelancer, I knew [ 2 one 5 ] Creative would be the perfect place to match my skill set and knowledge,” says Lehr.
In these rangy real/unreal snippets, Lehr aims to avoid assigning any one subject or image more value than its neighbor, yet themes and motifs, preferences and emphases bubble up nonetheless.
Prior to the IFA, Lehr held a number of positions in publishing, specializing in advertising and business development.
This is the fourth and final book in a series on the life of German Generalleleutnant Fritz Bayerlein, chief of staff to Ernst Rommel and commander of the Panzer Lehr Division.
Gosden said the fault lay with Churchill Downs, not the Breeders' Cup, and believed swifter action by Lehr, who was not trackside at the time of the incident, could have averted the situation.
Unscientifically, I'd say the Lehr was slightly quieter than my gas mower, but not by much.
The Lehr Eco-Trimmer ($200) keeps the power and ditches the pollution.
Lehr was one of several presenters during the industry day portion of the conference, designed for attendees to gather and network by like industries such as advertising/media, building/construction and wholesale/distribution.
Lehr was told that in the new Paulson Treasury, all things related to China would go through her office.
Lehr plays Leslie Pool, who returns to his native Ohio to run the store he has just inherited from his father.
TBS introduces another new comedy tonight: ``10 Items or Less,'' starring John Lehr (who co-created the show) as Leslie Pool, the optimistic if buffoonish manager of a small, struggling grocery store.
And then they were off, in a four-day blur of movement: Giordano company associate director Jon Lehr stood midfield in La Paz hollering, "Travel