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Previously, Lares served as the Business Unit Leader of Hewlett-Packard's 3PAR Storage division.
Lares adds further depth and focused experience to the POP Board of Directors," said Drumwright.
During the expedition, the group will walk for six hours per day for five days, trekking through the untouched Lares region, over high mountain passes, green valleys, past mountain lakes and breathtaking views of snow-capped Andean mountains.
Survivors include a life partner of 15 years, Donna Elliott; five sons, John Lares of Las Vegas, Matthew Lares of Tucson, Ariz.
Milton's own choice of sermon type -- for Lares, a combination of consolation and correction -- was itself unusual (80-83), and Lares proceeds to uncover manifestations of these preaching modes in Milton's publications, including his own combative additions to the Smectymnuan controversy.
Lares deserves high marks for both the originality of her venture and the systematic thoroughness with which she pursues it (she has read virtually all preaching handbooks published in English during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries).
Toronto's Elgin Theatre had an early LARES (Lexicon Acoustic Reinforcement and Enhancement System) installation from Lares Associates of Belmont, Mass.
Jose Irizarry, founder and president of the 300-member Lares Coffee Growers Association, contests the government's figures and claims the damage in his industry alone will exceed $50 million.
Lares with an award for providing quality care and clinical excellence to Texas children and adults enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP.
Lares Research has introduced the new Lares Max-Power LED Swivel Coupler which, according to the manufacturer, provides light output 100 percent greater than the closest competitor's coupler.
EXHIBITIONS Frank Green, Liverpool Academy of Arts, until April 7; Storyville: Rachael Howard and Melanie Tomlinson, Bluecoat Display Centre, until May 7; Airports for the Lights, Shadows and Particles, The Bluecoat, until May 1; Doug Jones: Lares et Penates, Ceri Hand, until March 19; Arts by Offenders and Secure Patients, Novas CUC, until March 27; Sequential by Alan Redfern, Corke Gallery, until March 19; Contemporary British Silversmiths, The Capstone, until May 6; Paintings by Susan Lee Brown, Dot Art, until April 29; Design Research Unit 1942-72, LJMU The Academy, until April 1; Historic Love - paintings by David Knopov, The Quarter; 42 Women of Sierra Leone, International Slavery Museum, until April 12; Old Master Drawings, Lady Lever Gallery, until May 2.
It's an intense challenge and participants must trek between four and eight hours per day, but they will be taking in breathtaking views of Cusco, the ancient Inca capital, the famous Lares hot springs and the magnificent ruins of Machu Picchu along the way.