LAIS


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AcronymDefinition
LAISLine Alarm Indicator Signal
LAISLatin American and Iberian Studies
LAISLiberal Arts and International Studies (Colorado School of Mines; Golden, CO)
LAISLouisiana Agriclimatic Information System (Louisiana State University Agricultural Center; Baton Rouge, LA)
LAISLabor Arbitration Information System
LAISLine Alarm Indication Signal
LAISLouisville Area Iris Society (Louisville, KY)
References in classic literature ?
HEAR UNDERNEAD DIS LAITL STEAN LAIS ROBERT EARL OF HUNTINGTUN NEA ARCIR VER AS HIE SAE GEUD AN PIPL KAULD IM ROBIN HEUD SICK UTLAWS AS HI AN IS MEN VIL ENGLAND NIDIR SI AGEN OBIIT 24 KAL.
His return to the place of tragedy, and on to the capital where the deserted palace awaits him with its memories, his endless seeking for the soul of his beloved, her discovery by the priest of Tao in that island of P`eng Lai where --
The knight in the meantime, had brought the strings into some order, and after a short prelude, asked his host whether he would choose a sirvente in the language of oc, or a lai in the language of oui, or a virelai, or a ballad in the vulgar English.*
Collectively, the LAIs were associated with a 22% lower risk of rehospitalization, compared with their equivalent oral versions.
The lowest mortality was observed in patients on a second-generation long-acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotic agent.
Understanding the similarities and differences among LAIs (7) and potential interpatient variability of each LAI allows prescribers to tailor the dosing regimen to the patient more safely and efficiently (Table, page 42).
Lai Haraoba or the performance of ceremonial rites to appease these deities is an important festival of Manipur.
The APA's schizophrenia treatment guidelines recommend LAIs for nonadherent patients and patients who prefer the shots.
To order copies of Lai Lai Meets Chub Chub, visit http://www.halopublishing.com.
Lai, Infectious Diseases Team, Department o Medicine and Geriatrics, Princess Margaret Hospital, Hong Kong; fax: 852-2990-3333; email: laist@ha.org.hk
The exchange of information and ideas relating to land economics continues to be a primary goal of LAI. The membership of LAI includes outstanding individuals from many parts of the world who have distinguished themselves in all of the various disciplines and activities that relate to the use and re-use of land.
Owen Tak-Yin Tsang, * Tai-Nin Chau, * Kin-Wing Choi, * Eugene Yuk-Keung Tso, * Wilina Lim, ([dagger]) Ming-Chi Chiu, * Wing-Lok Tong, * Po-Oi Lee, * Bosco Hoi Shin Lam, * Tak-Keung Ng, * Jak-Yiu Lai, * Wai-Cho Yu, * and Sik-To Lai *