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Leaching may refer to:

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Mary Jane Leach (403 words)
In many of her works Leach creates an other-worldly sound environment using difference, combination, and interference tones; these are tones not actually sounded by the performers, but acoustic phenomena arising from her deft manipulation of intonation and timbral qualities.
Leach's music has been performed throughout the world in a variety of settings, from concert stage to experimental music forums.
In 1995 Leach was selected for a prestigious grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, which was established by Jasper Johns and John Cage to support innovative artists in the performing arts.
Player Bio: Mike Leach :: Football (2005 words)
Mike Leach continues to transform the face of Red Raider football with an all-out aerial assault and swarming defensive attack that has propelled the program into the national spotlight in the last four seasons.
Leach guided an Oklahoma offense that went from 11th in the Big 12 in 1998 to first in 1999 and 101st in the nation to 11th.
Leach has also made coaching stops in Pori, Finland, where he served as head coach in the European Football League (1989), as well as one-year assistant stints at College of the Desert (1988) and Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo (1987).
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