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a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body

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a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic

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On July 1, 2016, the LCA Tejas was inducted into the 'Flying Daggers' 45 Squadron of the IAF and has been placed to replace the MiG-21 aircraft.
"We plan to deliver 16 LCAs to the IAF in the FOC configuration by this year-end and remaining four next year as we have increased the production capacity with an upfront investment of Rs13.8 billion in our Bengaluru complex," HAL Chairman R.
Proof By Lemma 5, the running time for constructing the set of LCAs of all pairs of consecutive nodes in S is 0([n.sup.2]).
Since opening the new facility in January, LCA Group has hired a new project manager, a senior quantity surveyor, a new finance team member, three additional project support personnel, four electricians and panel wiring technicians and an administration assistant.
"We're delighted to be growing at such a pace and to be able to recruit such high-calibre staff from across North Wales and Cheshire to support our evolving and growing business needs," said LCA Group operations director Paul Griffiths.
Jan 26, Federal Capital vs Punjab at GSL, Sindh vs Balochistan at LCA.
In addition to the AIB and CX arteries, the LCA can give rise to one or two additional terminal branches referred to as median or intermedian arteries (Dattatray et al., 2012; Chougule et al, 2014).
Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA) is the most common genetic cause of congenital visual impairment in children and infants, and is characterized by a severe dystrophy of the retina.
The aim of the LCA is to address climate change through an economic growth-friendly lens, encouraging the private sector to "demonstrate positive climate change leadership."
Laser Clinics Australia ("LCA" or the "company"), global investment firm KKR, and The Growth Fund has announced the signing of a definitive agreement under which KKR will acquire a majority stake in LCA and existing investor The Growth Fund will retain a minority stake in the company, the companies said.
SALT LAKE CITY -- In May, Lice Clinics of America (LCA) unveiled its at-home Lice Remover Kit to major retail chains.
Through Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Costing (LCC), the emissions related to material production can justify refurbishment instead of demolition and new construction (Haugvaldstad et al.
Considering the dry pod yield per se performance, the F1 hybrids LCA 625 K 1 (165.58 g), K 1 Arka Lohit (157.25 g), Pusa Jwala PKM 1 (156.54 g), PKM 1 LCA 625 (155.73), Pusa Jwala K 1(147.40 g) and Arka Lohit LCA 334 (143.10 g) were identified as best hybrids for further exploitation in breeding programme.
(TAP) -- "There are more than 200 ISO 14001 (environmental management system) certified companies in Tunisia but none are using associated standards ISO 14044 and ISO 14040 that provide the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of a product, said National Co-coordinator of MENA STAR project and Certification Officer of Management Systems at the National Institute of Standardisation and Industrial Property (INNORPI) Nehla Rachico.
A squadron of the indigenously designed and built Light Combat Aircraft ( LCA) Tejas will be commissioned and thereafter made to join the ranks of frontline jets like Sukhoi 30MKI, Jaguar, and Mirage 2000, among others in securing the Indian airspace.