LAFB

AcronymDefinition
LAFBLeft Anterior Fascicular Block
LAFBLangley Air Force Base (Virginia)
LAFBLackland Air Force Base (San Antonio, Texas)
LAFBLuke Air Force Base (Arizona)
LAFBLibyan Arab Foreign Bank (est. 1972; Libya)
LAFBLaughlin Air Force Base (Del Rio, Texas)
LAFBLowry Air Force Base (Denver, Colorado; closed 1994)
LAFBLincoln Air Force Base (Lincoln, NE)
LAFBLadd Air Force Base (now Fort Wainwright Army Post)
LAFBLight Assault Floating Bridge
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sup][18] There were different types of conduction blocks including RBBB, LAFB, and different degrees of AVBs.
In addition, during March-September 2007, three other military bases in Texas that received trainees from LAFB reported a total of 220 cases of Ad14 illness (Air Force Institute for Operational Health, personal communication, 2007).
Abduljawad once headed the LAFB and Lafico, both state-owned.
217) But one would still have to concede that it is easier for a national bank/depositor, such as LAFB, to control its liability because it is more closely informed of movements of the government or militant groups.
In April 1999 Libya's Central Bank governor became a member of the bank's board of directors and the LAFB then indicated that the Libyan holding could be increased if any of the bank's non-Libyan shareholders wanted to sell.
Osprey will migrate back to the LAFB vicinity to breed this spring.
b) except as provided in (a), the Central Bank of Libya, the LAFB, the LIA, and the LIAP shall otherwise no longer be subject to the measures imposed in paragraphs 17 of resolution 1970 (2011), including that States are no longer required to ensure that any funds, financial assets or economic resources are prevented from being made available by their nationals or by any individuals or entities within their territories, to or for the benefit of these entities;
In April 1999 Libya's Central Bank governor became a member of the bank's board of directors and LAFB then indicated that the Libyan holding could be increased if any of the bank's non-Libyan shareholders wanted to sell.
Gelusy has worked closely with Oilinvest, until June 2007 the overseas arm of LAFB and NOC which has downstream and marketing operations in Europe and Africa.
Libya gained its first direct access to the Italian oil market in March 1986, when a group led by LAFB and LAFICO bought 74.
Under the LAFB comes the Libyan African Investment Fund (LAIF), which is investing in a number of projects in Africa including hotels and real estate ventures.
LAFB and LAFICO financed a restructuring of Tamoil Italia (Milan/Rome) and Tamoil Trading (Zurich/Monte Carlo), and the resulting group became one of the big ventures in Italy.