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lunge

1
Fencing a thrust made by advancing the front foot and straightening the back leg, extending the sword arm forwards

lunge

2
a rope used in training or exercising a horse
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"I am thrilled to be able to continue my service with the OAUG Endeca SIG board of directors," said Kirby Lunger. "The Performance Architects team is heavily involved in working with business analytics and data discovery initiatives across several industries, and the Endeca SIG provides a great vehicle for learning from what other Endeca customers and partners are experiencing with the products, as well as professional networking and sharing."
In second place was Britain's Joanne Eccles, who managed a tally of 8.070 points with horse WH Bentley and lunger John Eccles.
"We're really trying to improve upon the nightlife industry in Dubai and bring some really cool people here," said general manager Todd Lunger.
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The acquisition will provide Linden with a platform to compete and expand in the human diagnostics and therapeutics research and development markets, Linden operating partner Fran Lunger commented.
He said two other cars, driven by American Brett Lunger and West German Harald Ertl, could not avoid Lada and "smacked straight into him".
LAHORE, July 4 -- The Data Darbar administration on Saturday stopped the lunger (distribution of free food) among devotees, a tradition that has been a distinctive feature of the shrine for hundreds of years.
CAMDEN, AR Judy Lunger MacNeill, age 65, of Camden, AR passed away Tuesday June 09, 2009.
"We're kind of behind the scenes, making sure things are ready without people noticing we're there," said 18-year-old member Ian Lunger, who is in his fourth year on the team.
The lunger often locked jaws with its opponent or snapped at its electric organ, as if trying to bite it off (view it at www.sciencenews.org/ articles/20051119/fish.asp).
He reports to Fran Lunger, Millipore's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and is a member of Millipore's top management team.