LMI

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LMILabor Market Information
LMILocal Management Interface
LMILe Monde Informatique (French: Data Processing World)
LMILista Monumentelor Istorice (Romanian: List of Historical Monuments)
LMILogistics Management Institute
LMILow to Moderate Income
LMILean Management Institut (Germany)
LMILinear Matrix Inequality
LMILicense Management International
LMILinux Mark Institute
LMILegemiddelindustriforeningen (Norway)
LMILeadership Management Institute (various locations)
LMILantheus Medical Imaging (North Billerica, MA)
LMILes Mills International (New Zealand)
LMILogistics Management, Inc. (Masachusetts)
LMILoad Moment Indicator
LMILender's Mortgage Insurance
LMILogistics Management Information
LMILink Management Interface
LMILitigation Management, Inc. (Cleveland, OH)
LMILayer Management Interface
LMILead Market Initiative (EU)
LMILife Measurement, Inc. (medical devices)
LMILeadership Management International, Inc.
LMILiverpool Medical Institution (UK)
LMILarge and Medium Industries
LMILog Management and Intelligence (computer logs)
LMILanguage Matters, Inc.
LMILicense Management International, LLC
LMILocal Memory Interface (semiconductor industry)
LMILisp Machine Incorporated
LMILive Male Infant
LMILittle Marsh Island (Jacksonville, FL)
LMILaser/Materials Interaction
LMILaboratory Microsystems Incorporated
LMILaundry Machine Interface
LMILateral Movement Index
LMILangley Management Instructions
LMILight-Matter Interaction
LMILike-Minded Individual
LMILocal Market Integration
LMILast Minute Item
LMILaboratory Management Institute (University of California, Davis)
LMILiga Maya Internacional (Spanish: Maya International League; Costa Rica)
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