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LIMALong Island MacArthur Airport (Islip, NY)
LIMALeft Internal Mammary Artery
LIMALangkawi International Maritime Aerospace (Expo)
LiMALight Mobility Aircraft (US Air Force)
LIMALaser Induced Mass Analysis
LIMALicensing Industry Manufacturer's Association
LIMALow-Impedance Magnetic Antenna
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8226; Innovative advisory service providing customized advice to people planning trips to Lima and Peru.
Based in Italy, Lima Corporate is committed to the development of innovative products and procedures to enable surgeons to select the ideal solution for every individual patient.
Lima, on the other hand, brings to the table its Italian-European approach and know-how, necessary to best serve the markets - a winning combination," Mr.
The acquisition of ZUK puts Lima on the map as a serious player in the knee market," said Luigi Ferrari, CEO of Lima Corporate.
The agreement with Lima will become effective after the merger between Zimmer and Biomet closes.
With Lima, our first destination in Peru and the southernmost destination in the network, we are confident in our penetration of South America.
However, the spate of hotel openings in Lima over the past few years--most of which cater to the corporate traveler--are not only increasing room offerings in the city, but also adding significant meeting space to the market.
It means 35-year-old Lima will miss Samoa's tournament finale against the USA tomorrow, with an additional two weeks' punishment also imposed.
He found that tattooing, although "among the most common markers of identity among prisoners," did "not seem to have enjoyed widespread popularity among the Lima prison population" (pp.
The Dodgers, meanwhile, are in a sorry state, and no one is happier to see it than Lima, who turned down what he believed was an insulting, one-year contract proposal from the Dodgers last winter before being forced into free agency when the club didn't offer him arbitration.
To remotely control the channels' opening, Miesenbock and Lima developed molecules made up of ATP surrounded by a chemical cage that breaks down in the presence of ultraviolet light.
Shaken players desperately tried to revive de Lima.