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LAB

LEGAL AID BOARD. See LEGAL SERVICES COMMISSION.
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As the miles unfold, Laben nimbly reconstructs the sisters' story between present dangers.
To illustrate the difference between collecting enough data to be useful and being overly invasive, Laben offered an airline analogy.
For example, the psychiatric-mental health group, under the leadership of Joyce Laben, offered sessions during the 1970s on mental health law and joint practice with a physician.
"I made the vow of allegiance to a man named Abu Baseer who was a Yemeni and an assistant to Bin Laben," he said on the program "Homomna" ("Our Concerns").
In Mein Laben the composer tells us that while he was in Paris in the early 1840s he lived in rooms later occupied by Proudhon (My Life, 204), and that again in Paris, in 1849, he read Proudhon's De la propriete (My Life, 420).
All the elements for success are there, and we want to be a part of that!" said Laben Yang, Sales Director South China, iSoftStone Information Service Corporation.
The book ends with an exhaustive "Personenregister" (including, with a typical computer glitch we have all become familiar with, "LaBen Sie mich doch bald horen," p.