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Big, large, and great can all be used to describe objects. Big is the word you usually use in conversation. Large is more formal. Great is used in stories to show that something is very impressive because of its size.
Be Careful!You can say that someone is in great pain, but you don't usually use 'big', 'large', or 'great' to describe an illness. Instead you use adjectives such as bad, terrible, or severe.
Welcome to the Lodz AreaResearch Group (LARG) home page. The Lodz Area Research Group, founded by Shirley Rotbein Flaum and Roni Seibel Liebowitz, aimsto provide researchers with a forum, clearinghouse and resource for thecollection and dissemination of genealogical and historical informationrelating to the Jewish communities of Lodz, Poland, and the surroundingarea. This research group is dedicated to the rescue and preservation ofmaterials relating to the Jewish communities of the Lodz area and as aliving memorial to our ancestors' impact on, and contribution toPoland's second largest city.
Towns in LARG are located in the area once knownas the Kingdomof Poland, also known as Congress Poland or RussianPoland, occupied by the Russian Empire from 1815 until 1918. The 10gubernias (provinces) of the Russian Empire in the Kingdom of Poland (1867-1917)were: Suwalki, Lomza, Plock, Warszawa, Siedlce, Lublin, Radom, Kielce,Piotrków and Kalisz. Each gubernia was divided into several uyezds(districts).Towns in LARG were located in one of these fourgubernias: Piotrków Gubernia of Russian Poland,1867-1917. Today, central Poland, including the city of Lodz. Plock (Plotsk) Gubernia of Russian Poland,1844-1917. Today, north-central Poland, north of Lodz. Warszawa (Warsaw) Gubernia of RussianPoland, 1844-1917. Today, central Poland, northeast of Lodz. Kalisz (Kalish) Gubernia of RussianPoland, 1867-1917. Today, west-central Poland, west of Lodz.* The above information was obtainedfrom JewishGen's Researchin Eastern Europe FAQ, by Warren Blatt Maps Clickhere for a larger view of the Lodz region TheKingdom of Poland before W.W.I, with post W.W.II borders ThePolish Provinces of the Russian Empire, 1902 NewProvinces of Poland as of 1 January 1999 InteractiveCity Plan of Lodz (in Polish), including Aleksandrow Lodzki, KonstantynowLodzki, Pabianice and Zgierz (former Lodz ghetto, synagogues and cemeterieslocated in Quadrants No. 21 & No. 22) Objectives Facilitating access to records. Creating databases various sources. Furthering communication among all those interestedin the Jewish communities of Lodz and the surrounding area. Submission of Materials We would be happy to receive relevant materialyou may be willing to submit. These materials include, but are not limitedto, photographs, translations from written material, directories and firsthandanecdotes of Jewish life in and around Lodz.For questions concerning material contributions,contact the Coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group,Roni Seibel Liebowitz. Gallery of Towns in the Lodz Region Click on an image for a larger view. Use your browser's backbutton to return to this page.
References:Identification of a gene at 11q23 encoding a guanine nucleotide exchange factor: evidence for its fusion with MLL in acute myeloid leukemia. Kourlas, PJ., et al. 2000. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 97: 2145-50. PMID: 10681437Leukemia-associated Rho guanine nucleotide exchange factor (LARG) links heterotrimeric G proteins of the G(12) family to Rho. Fukuhara, S., et al. 2000. FEBS Lett. 485: 183-8. PMID: 11094164Regulation of G protein-mediated signal transduction by RGS proteins. Kozasa, T. 2001. Life Sci. 68: 2309-17. PMID: 11358341Prediction of the coding sequences of unidentified human genes. VII. The complete sequences of 100 new cDNA clones from brain which can code for large proteins in vitro. Nagase, T., et al. 1997. DNA Res. 4: 141-50. PMID: 9205841
Shot this film over a three-year period the film explores the way in which this family have chosen to live their life. Set against the large-scale spectacle of surfing and big wave surfing, the film plays physically and emotionally between this backdrop and the up close and intimate storytelling with the characters.
Larg was an eight foot tall pilot from the planet Argon. his Argonian Spaceship was shot down by Batmeks while peacefully passing by the planet Etheria. The ship crash landed in a field nearby the village of Phlax. Convinced that all Etherians were members of the Evil Horde, Larg forced two local villagers to help him transport the damaged ship to a large barn and repair it. For he knew that it's power cell would explode if not handled properly. 59ce067264