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Synonyms for LEM

a spacecraft that carries astronauts from the command module to the surface of the moon and back

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Experiment 1 in the early wet season, from 16 March to 1 May 1989 (46 d), used P1, 2, 3, and 7 as the LEM plots and P18, 19, 20, and 21 as the HEM plots (n = 48 boxes in total).
We had a little celebration that day, just Lem and I.
our users also enjoy using Serey because they know it was created by Khmer people,' Chhay Lem says.
LEM: ?Tus historias tienen el objetivo de modificar la realidad?
Pastor Lem Turner, of Compassion Church, which is opening its doors to rough sleepers
Eventually, a symbiosis was created where Lem's chords and musical progressions would inspire drums, keyboards, and arrangements by John.
For the average, mid-sized portfolio of 250 communities, LEM could deliver an additional $1.3 million annually in net operating income.
The WHO's Model LEM for Children, issued in April 2013, covers the needs of children up to 12 years of age (2).
A LA-based dicacid (LEM) was obtained by drying the residue in the bag at 60[degrees]C.
LEM has added three HO series high-performance current transducers which extend nominal current measurement up to 250A and offer a range of mounting options: PCB or panel or busbar, integrating the conductor or with an aperture of 15 x 8 mm.
The litchi erinose mite (LEM), Aceria litchii (Keifer) (Acari: Eriophyidae) is a major pest of litchi varieties (Menzel 2002; Paull & Duarte 2011).
This is the first full English translation of Stanislaw Lem's speculative treatise Summa Technologiae, originally written in 1966.
LEM, a leading provider of innovative and high quality solutions for measuring electrical parameters, has decided to establish a new low-cost production plant in Sofia, Bulgaria.
LEM, a company specialized in the measurement and control of electrical parameters, plans to invest CHF 2 M to establish a new low-cost production plant in Sofia, Bulgaria.