LOCIS

AcronymDefinition
LOCISLibrary of Congress Information System
LOCISLogistics Control and Information Support
LOCISLogistic Command & Information Support
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The National Alliance group will only decide on its own candidate if today's election fails, Locis said.
In 1521, Melanchthon, the disciple of Martin Luther, produced one of the most important theological books of modern times, the Loci Communes Theologici.
For a total of 416 polymorphic loci showing Mendelian segregation were generated from 71 AFLP primer combinations.
Ad meridiam duobus in locis inventa terra est in cardinem australem declinans ex regione Americae, cuius longitudo occidentalis patet 43 gradibus, latitudo meridionalis interdum 54 nonnunquam 53 quandoque 55 ut ipsa topographia declarat.
Probablemente Hidalgo, crescit locis subfrigidis Novae Hispaniae, A.
Systema Entomologiae, Sistens Insectorum Classes, Ordines, Genera, Species, Adiectis Synonymis, Locis, Descriptionibus, Observationibus.
Fabricius, "Systema entomologiae, sistens insectorvm classes, ordines, genera, species, adiectis synonymis, locis, descriptionibvs, observationibvs," pp.
(6.) When Galen (De locis affectis 7) tells about his collegue Archigenes treating a mbrotheis, the aorist participle is not plausible for a birth defect.
Quod tamen postillator in hoc loco et aliis nonnullis videtur observare ut in suis locis patebit: videtur enim aestimare quod non sit sensus liiteralis nisi ille a quo sumitur argumentum validum etiam contra adversarios, quod tamen non est sic intelligendum, ut dictum est>>.