LAI

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AcronymDefinition
LAILeaf Area Index
LAILogic and Artificial Intelligence
LAILean Aerospace Initiative
LAILean Advancement Initiative (MIT)
LAILocal Area Identity
LAILocation Area Identify
LAILocal Application Interface
LAILibrary of Ancient Israel
LAILatin American Idol (talent TV show)
LAILambda Alpha International (honorary land economics society)
LAILea Artibai Ikastetxea (Spanish school cooperative)
LAILong-Acting Injection
LAILiberal Arts Institute (various locations)
LAILandscape Artists International
LAILaboratory-Acquired Infection
LAILachman Associates, Inc. (Westmont, IL)
LAILight Armored Infantry
LAILocation Area Identification
LAILaboratory Audit Inspection (EPA)
LAILocal Access Infection
LAILey de Acceso a la Información (Guatemala)
LAILook Ahead Interflow
LAILaboratory Analytical Instruments
LAILesson Administration Instruction
LAILaboratory Associated Infection
LAILow Airspeed Indicator
LAILinear Antenna Impedance
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He serves on the Board of Directors of Lambda Alpha International, the honorary society for the advancement of land economics.
She is a Counselor of Real Estate (CRE), a member of Lambda Alpha International (LAI) and a licensed real estate broker in Illinois.
* Gene also had been a member of the Urban Land Institute, Institute of Business Appraisers, Lambda Alpha International Honorary Land Economics Society, American Statistical Association, and Mathematical Association of America.
Golkin, who is president of the New York City land economics society Lambda Alpha International and a professor at New York University, is also burned-up by the delays.
This is an exciting time for Lambda Alpha International (LAI), the honorary land economics society established in 1930.
A graduate of Williams College and the Columbia University School of Law, he is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and Lambda Alpha International, as well as various civic organizations.
The Reverend Calvin Butts told members of the honorary land use economics society, Lambda Alpha International, that on the island of Manhattan, there are several blocks north of 110th Street that deserve the attention of developers.