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LEJALahore Economic Journalists Association (Pakistan)
LEJADepartment of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration (Western Illinois University)
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He appreciated smooth transition of LEJA office-bearership.
Maricho Leja, who works as a nanny for a couple in Hong Kong, had paid the travel agency for a return flight with Cathay Pacific last August 7 and was given a "confirmed" ticket.
(4.) See, for example, Michael Leja, Reframing Abstract Expressionism: Subjectivity and Painting in the 1940s, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993).
Mike Leja is Yardi Administrator for Singh Management, a private real estate development, construction and management company.
Especially for the more basic functions such as routing, WES/WCS has become a more standard, configurable solution set, says Helgi Thor Leja, a senior industry leader with Fortna, which offers a WES/WCS solution.
With WCS solutions like routing, it's possible to be more standard than you can with higher-level functions such as waveless management, which can be highly dependent on the automation assets that need to be coordinated, as well as the capabilities of the host order management system, Leja explains.
The original strategies in [15] suggest using either a set of Ritz values--eigenvalue approximations from the current Krylov subspace projection of A--that represents unwanted eigenvalues, or Leja points over an interval known to contain unwanted eigenvalues.
The chambers (Standard Count 4-chamber slide, 20 microns, Leja), heated at 37[degrees]C, were filled with 6 [micro]L of sample (approximately 5 x [10.sup.7] cells/mL), and 5 fields were selected for the analysis, in which approximately 1 x [10.sup.6] sperm cells were analyzed.