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LVLas Vegas (Nevada)
LVLeave
LVLouis Vuitton
LVLogical Volume
LVLow Voltage
LVLatvia (ISO Country Identifier)
LVLehigh Valley
LVLaunch Vehicle
LVLeft Ventricular
LVLeft Ventricle
LVLimit Value
LVLos Verdes (Spanish political party)
LVLongview (community college in Missouri)
LVLeucovorin
LVLow Volume
LVLivermorium (element)
LVLight Vessel (ships; various locations)
LVLong View (Green Day song)
LVLord Voldemort (Harry Potter books character )
LVLinda Vista (California)
LVLatent Variable
LVAlbanian Airlines (IATA airline code)
LVLumbar Vertebrae
LVLord Vader (Star Wars; fictional character)
LVLaserVision
LVLeft Vector (mathematics)
LVLiquid Volume
LVLimited Visibility
LVLiquidation Value
LVLinking Verb
LVLeading Vehicle
LVLevel Valve
LVLight Voltage
LVLassa fever virus
LVLocate Stolen Vehicle (police incident code; New Zealand)
LVLive Variable
LVLatching Valve (or Latch Valve)
LVLehigh Valley Railroad Company
LVLet Vibrate (handbells)
LVLagrange-Vandermonde
LVLunch Voucher
LVLight Volcano
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When the 95th percentile was considered as the limit value for UCa/Cr, 30 children were found as hypercalciuric (prevalence=2.2%).
In case of exceedance of such limit values, Member States adopt air quality plans and ensure that such plans set appropriate measures so that the exceedance period can be kept as short as possible by adopting decisive and more forward-looking action.
-aParticulate matter (PM10): In 2010, 21% of the urban population was exposed to PM10 concentration levels higher than the most stringent EU limit values. Up to 30% of the urban population was exposed to PM2.5 concentration levels above yearly EU limit values.
The report estimates that in 2010, 21 per cent of the urban population was exposed to PM10 concentration levels higher than the most stringent, daily, EU limit value designed to safeguard health.
Based on the currently valid requirements of EU directives and Lithuanian legal acts and data of the Environmental Protection Agency, the average concentration of [PM.sub.10] (50 [micro]g/[m.sup.3]) shall not exceed the established limit value (24-hour limit value including the permissible deviation) for more than 35 days per a calendar year (Fig.
After 2014 the proportion of vehicles below the limit value curve will increase from 75% to all of them in 2016.
Two reasons prompted the EC to decide to harmonize the limit values at this very stringent level.
Flammability: high Toxicity: moderate Threshold Limit Value: 400 ppm Cost: moderate Flash Point 53-61 |degrees~F (91-99% purity) Evaporation Rate: moderate Burning Characteristics: clean flame (no smoke), does not burn excessively hot
In most cases, the GMO content in these products was over 2% and the limit value in Bulgaria is 0,9%.