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Synonyms for lcm

the smallest multiple that is exactly divisible by every member of a set of numbers

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LCM helps make sustainability operational in organizations and other levels such as regions, conference sponsors contend, and it can also support the creation of measurable sustainable value.
An explanation of LCM and why we have excluded it from our financial information in this press release can be found at the end of this press release under "Information Related to Financial Measures.
Identify the key LCM strategies used by most of the pharmaceutical companies - Analyze the strategies to increase lifecycle and revenues of a drug - Gain an understanding on the implementation of multiple strategies for a single product by including case studies - Understand the operational pipeline strategies of key players
Mohammad Lawal Shuaibu, Managing Director LCM consulting Nigeria limited, said, Pakistan has lately gained agood repute in International Halal industry.
Upon the cessation of our core business of LCM production, our management will thoroughly focus our efforts on developing two parcels of property in Shenzhen, by converting these two parcels of land into high-end commercial complexes.
The high quality of Linx's LCM inks allow manufacturers enormous flexibility in brand presentation and case design, so that they can use a single outer-case solution without sacrificing the impact, brand identification and aesthetic appeal demanded by marketing departments, supermarkets and customers," said Dr Paul Doody, Product Manager at Linx.
Smarandache LCM function SL(n) is defined as the smallest positive integer k such that n | [1, 2,.
Keller acquired 50 per cent of the shares of LCM in December 2000 from Peab, a Swedish construction company, giving Keller access to a new technology and entry into the Scandinavian ground engineering market.
Compounds are offered for injection molding, transfer molding, LCM and microwave, and calendering.
PAM-RTM 2002, formerly known as LCM-FLOT, simulates such LCM processes as resin transfer molding (RTM), vacuum-assisted RTM, and resin film infusion.
Founded to help the needy in 1829, the LCM continues its work in hospitals, schools, community groups and refugee centres.
We describe a rapid and sensitive method to obtain an abridged protein expression profile from microdissected cells by the direct acquisition of matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight (MALDI-ToF) mass spectra from LCM transfer films.
In a letter to members and staff of the two congressional tax-writing committees, senior Treasury officials and the chief of staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation, the tax executive committee stated, "We are strongly opposed to the repeal of the LCM inventory method, and we believe the process by which this major policy change has been initiated is a particularly unfortunate illustration of how tax policy should not be developed.
The proposed section 988 regulations limit the use of the mark-to-market method to non-dealers in securities and are silent concerning whether such taxpayers may use the LCM method of accounting.
The latest market research report "Life Cycle Management Strategies - Optimizing revenues and defending generic competition " discusses various stages of product lifecycle management (LCM), Developmental, commercial and legal LCM strategies, objectives, benefits, factors impacting the choice of lifecycle management strategies, and keys to successful implementation of the strategies.