a river in E Pennsylvania, flowing SW and SE into the Delaware River. 103 miles (165 km) long.

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Contemporary Examples of lehigh

  • His fellow panelists were the Brady Campaign's Dan Gross, The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg, and LeHigh University's James Peterson.

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    Face the Nation

    Justin Green

    December 16, 2012

  • But Lehigh University Professor James Peterson says that only applies if justice for Trayvon actually is achieved in the end.

  • In July of this year, investigators met with the Lehigh County Coroner and Forensic Pathologist Samuel Land.

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    The Pastor's Disappearing Wives

    Steve Huff

    September 15, 2010

  • I wound up getting a gun stuck in my mouth at 4th and Lehigh (in North Philadelphia) over $10.

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    Get Me My Legal Heroin

    Jeff Deeney

    June 13, 2010

Historical Examples of lehigh