LEIA

AcronymDefinition
LEIALift and Escalator Industry Association
LEIALarge Experiment on Instabilities and Anisotropies (physics; West Virginia University)
LEIALeft External Iliac Artery (physiology)
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A], December 24 ( ANI ): After audiences found out that Leia was Luke's sister in 'Star Wars: Return of the Jedi', it was assumed that Luke would teach his sister the ways of the force.
Leia says, 'You go, I've said it enough,' in reference to the much-loved saying, 'May the Force be with you.
3 RETURN OF THE JEDI (1983) LUKE, Leia and friends launch a rescue mission to break Han free from his carbonite cage.
Leia Organa (the late Carrie Fisher) commands the screen, as well as her Resistance forces, with the gravitas of hard-won wisdom, the power princess youthful spunkiness having matured into deliberate, knowing movements.
He revealed: "I said, 'My mother was Queen Amidala, my father was Lord Vader, my sister is Princess Leia.
High points for Debbie included starring in 1952's hit Singin' in the Rain alongside Gene Kelly, while Carrie shot to fame as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy, and last year's Rogue One.
According to Leia, its holographic display technology is based on diffraction within a conventional LCD.
Leia brings a very special piece of technology that blends seamlessly with our vision of a ground-breaking and disruptive consumer product.
That should give RED and Leia some time to work around the issues of the holographic display so it performs better when it launches.
CloudMinds Technology Inc and LEIA Inc, a technology spin-off from Hewlett-Packard (HP) Laboratories, recently announced a strategic partnership to jointly deliver technologies in 3D holographic reality (HR) and artificial intelligence (AI) on mobile devices.
Fisher said the three-month affair started, and ended, during the filming in 1976 of "Star Wars: A New Hope," in which she played Princess Leia to Ford's romantic, maverick hero Han Solo.