LVM


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AcronymDefinition
LVMLogical Volume Manager
LVMLiikenne- ja Viestintäministeriö (Finnish: Ministry of Transport and Communications; Helsinki)
LVMLeft Ventricular Mass
LVMLandwirtschaftlicher Versicherungsverein Muenster (German insurance company)
LVMLinux Virtual Machine
LVMLas Vegas Monorail
LVMLivingston, Montana (Airport Code)
LVMLatent Variable Model
LVMLeft Voice Mail
LVMLine Verification Module
LVMLow Volatility Metals
LVMLuzon, Visayas, Mindanao (main islands in the Philippines)
LVMLeast-squares Variational Method
LVMLarge Volume Mailer (Canada Post)
LVMLarge Volume Manager
LVMLayered Video Multicast
LVMLas Vegas Magazine (Henderson, NV)
LVMLiquid Vacuum Melt
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LVM is a white crystalline ("snow-like") bulk material, and its presence in what is sold as cocaine cannot be detected by visual inspection.
But most importantly, when we evaluated the LVM with our medical colleagues, they were impressed with its speedy interface, and eager to have the tool available in their laboratories.
The session will additionally have a portion dedicated to the implementation of LVM on RHEL 6 machine using GUI, as well as command line tools.
Correlations between BP and LVM are relatively weak (6), which may reflect the inability of BP measurement to capture the dynamic nature of BP during daily life or to accurately reflect the afterload placed on the left ventricle over the course of a normal day.
Conclusion: We showed that the SP provides a more sensitive parameter for the evaluation of early hypertrophic remodeling as compared to separated evaluation of LVM and QRS voltage already in subjects with no signs of cardiac target organ involvement according to current clinical classification.
Indeed, LVMs are becoming a standard part of most modern server operating systems.
However, little has been studied on the effect of alkali on stainless steels, particularly on 316 LVM towards corrosion resistance.
The Lincoln Building's leasing and managing agent, and CRESA Partners, which represented LVM in lease negotiations.
The LVM is a patient-attached, in-line system which means that blood used for analysis is returned to the patient after the test is completed.
LVM index gradually declined over the first year in both groups, to a mean of 110 g/[m.
We needed a Linux-based desktop client that had a clear and future commitment to the desktop to ensure that we were getting the type of hardware coverage we needed," said Werner Schmidt, CIO at LVM Versicherung.
The LVM has the capacity to create snapshots of volumes, and these snapshots can then be used to backup volumes, even though data on the volumes may be changing.