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LOCALoss of (Receive) Crossing Alert
LOCALoss of Coolant Accident (pipe rupture accident at nuclear power plant)
LOCALiquid Optically Clear Adhesive (for electronics' screens)
LOCALocation and Context Awareness (Symposium)
LOCALandelijk Overleg Co-Assistenten (Dutch: National Consultation Co-Assistants; medical interns; Netherlands)
LOCALouisiana Oilfield Contractors Association (labor union; est. 1967)
LOCALaptop Optical Channel Analyzer
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En la situacion particular de la Loca del Frente se puede aplicar las observaciones de la teoria queer que, segun Jagose, "...
We sought to clarify two parameters of LOCA sampling: first, by comparing samples from circles with samples from entire squares, we would see if the smaller sample provided by a 5-[m.sup.2] circle would be sufficiently representative of the artifact types on the surface.
La Loca's comic attempts to alternatively adapt to or resist the system serve to unveil its inherent contradictions.
The Aare Laatosa Loca Council Development Area (LCDA) Chairman, Mr.
The 4-month-old puppy, a Staffordshire bull terrier named Loca, sustained fractures in her cheek and jaw and other damage, including punctures on her face and neck, when another dog bit her, according to (http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/whatsnew/article.cfm?id=4036) UC Davis .
My mates have been to Loca (reviewed September 23) and loved the food.
Mexican restaurant Loca is set to mark this years' Mexican Independence Day with a Saturday brunch on September 16.
The delicious flavours feature enticing names like Cocoa Loca, Zingy Thingy and Mango Fandango and you can find the PS2.29 pots at Tesco, Waitrose and Planet Organic.