LLXLifelong Learning Excellence, Inc (Eugene, Oregon)
LLXLondon Lindy Exchange (UK)
LLXLouisiana Land and Exploration Company
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In general, most of the image energy is concentrated at the lower frequency sub-bands LLx and therefore embedding secret message in these sub-bands may degrade the image significantly.
Batalhao da Policia Militar de Campos dos Goytacazes e seguranca da empresa LLX, acompanhados de impactos sobre os assentamentos de Reforma Agraria existentes na Regiao.
The unit shares, which do not convey ownership in the company, were given to holders of Batista's LLX when it sold the port project to MMX in 2010.
The Thistle Late Life Extension (LLX) Strategy aims to recover over 35 million barrels of oil over the next 15 years from the Thistle and Deveron oil fields, using a mixture of existing well stock and new well.
US buyout fund EIG Global Energy Partners LLC is looking at buying more operations of Brazilian tycoon Eike Batista's EBX Ltd, after agreeing to take a majority stake in the conglomerate's logistics unit LLX Logistica SA (SAO:LLXL3).
Bloomberg News reported, citing two sources with knowledge of the situation that Mubadala may spend up to $1 billion to buy stakes in OGX, MMX and LLX Logistica's Port of Acu northeast of Rio de Janeiro.
The report said the negotiations are for stakes in oil producer OGX Petroleo & Gas Participacoes SA, MMX Mineracao & Metalicos SA and LLX Logistica SA's Acu port in Rio de Janeiro state.
Chart 8: Spin-offs given profit-taking due to the selling out of a portion of the company's capital 1 and 2) In 2008, the Brazilian company known as MMX--owned by Eike B Batista--spun-off to allow for the setting up of LLX Logistica and IronX, which sheltered the projects MMX Minas-Rio and MMX Amapa, which in turn comprised MMXs' most mature projects.
Duluth, GA.: Metametrix Clinical Laboratory LLX. May 2009.
In the full week, Eike Batista, Brazil's richest man, gained $65 million after he offered on July 31 to buy back all of the outstanding shares of his ports developer, LLX Logistica.
According to the company, MacDemnid's LUX has been the global choice for flat-top dot technology since its inception, with LLX installations on six continents.