Teesside Coroner's Court heard that Mr Lewis had worked at a power station in Billingham during the 1950s, 60s and 70s and had frequently been covered in asbestos dust as laggers
knocked old asbestos off pipes.
Prosecutor Sarah Mallet said the 46-year-old lagger
was the victim of a "vicious attack".
Mr Smith became an apprentice lagger
with Darlington Insulation after he left school in 1955.
CONTACT: Wally Petersen, 312-220-4186 or Lisa Lagger
, 312-220-4169, both of Leo Burnett Company, Inc.
Retired pipe lagger
Graham Reeves died at the Prince Philip Hospital, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, in March 2000, five weeks after his functioning left kidney was removed instead of his diseased right kidney.
Retired pipe lagger
Graham Reeves, 69 at the time of the operation, died in March 2000 five weeks after his healthy left kidney was removed instead of his diseased right kidney.
But Dawson said Mr Harland was still standing, he was not sure if the lagger
was injured and no one mentioned him being hurt after the crash.
CONTACT: Joe Silberman, 312-220-4073 or Lisa Lagger
, 312-220-4169, both of Leo Burnett, U.
Anthony O'Toole, 39, a lagger
, and his 19-year-old son, Dean, both from West Derby, Alan Gerrard, a 44- year-old roofer from Stockbridge Village and Harold Camello, 40, a garage owner from Anfield, were all detained in raids by police on Sunday in Merseyside.
Prosecutor Leighton Davies, QC, earlier told how retired pipe lagger
Mr Reeves underwent the operation on January 24, 2000, for a stone in his right kidney.
Any attempt by the white community to go back to the lagger
mentality [circling wagons, a defensive position] is going to spell big, big problems in this country.
Matkovic V, Ilich JZ, Andon MB, Hsieh LC, Tzagournis MA, Lagger
BJ, et al.
UCLA Notebook: Foster's no lagger
, but he finds no room
A few of us from the Lagger
House made our way into a little bowling alley with joint bar, owned by a short Samoan guy with no teeth.
Listening to his car radio or listening to the music inside his head, Bonaduce punctuates his narration and his thoughts with songs from Del Shannon (significantly, his hit song, "Runaway"), the Bee Gees, Muddy Waters, Woody Guthrie, Roy Orbison, Leonard Cohen (his "CanLit favourite" 89), Kenny Rogers, Curtis Lee, Bill Haley, the Who, Gene Pitney, Elvis, Mick lagger
, Pink Floyd, Los Lobos, Slim Whitman, John Lennon, and his constant choral companion, Bob Dylan.