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SLANSurvey of Lifestyles, Attitudes and Nutrition (annual annonymous survey in Ireland)
SLANSecure Local Area Network
SLANSine Loco, Anno, (Vel) Nomine (Without Place, Year, or Name)
SLANService-Learning Asia Network
SLANSupport Local Area Network
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The real-time PCR thermal cycler program was done using LG AdvanSure SLAN (LG Life Science, South Korea) at 90 [degrees]C for 30 s, reverse transcription at 61 [degrees]C for 20 mm, and predenaturation at 95 [degrees]C for 60 s following 45 PCR cycles of 95 [degrees]C for 15 s, 60[degrees]C for 15 s, and 74[degrees]C for 45 s followed by melting curve analysis.
That's why OTN Systems introduces the SLAN concept (segmented LAN), which reserves a dedicated amount of bandwidth (hard QoS) for each traffic engineered VLAN.
Inaugurating the evening, Kronos, with artistic director David Harrington and John Sherba on violins, Hank Dutt on viola, and Jeffrey Zeigler on cello, commenced with the first of two world premieres--Donnacha Dennehy's "One Hundred Goodbyes (Cead Slan)," in which the low-fidelity and therefore disembodied, sampled voices of sean nos singers, historically unaccompanied, were played through a speaker and overlaid on the Quartet's dissonant, live soundtrack.
Allan Slan, interim president and chief executive officer of Radius, commented, oWe welcome Bahwan Travel, an important agency on the Middle East travel scene.
This is supported by the Department of Health and Children's SLAN (1) survey which shows that, in 2002, 83% of the persons they surveyed consumed more than the recommended three servings of Level 5 foods per day.
Van Vogt earned $835 for the "Slan" serial in 1940, almost as
Dox Karl Gerhardt Goodie Samantha Slan A profound fondness for grade-Z horror pics powers writer-director Elza Kephart's "Graveyard Alive," a take-no-prisoners genre parody rooted firmly in the playful tradition of Sam Raimi, George Romero and Canadian kitschmeister Guy Maddin.
The alternative philosophy of soil test interpretation is called sufficiency levels of available nutrients (SLAN).
* Using Stories and Humor: Grab Your Audience by Joanna Slan (Allyn & Bacon, $12)
Describing him as "Peter Meddlesome" they said "Slan Abaile" - Irish for safe home - and reminded him "don't forget your passport".
He became a regular contributor to the magazine, which serialized his first novel, Slan (1946), from September to December of 1940.
Since it was established in 1977 by Jon Slan, the company's chairman & CEO, Paragon Entertainment has produced seven feature length films, including the Emmy Award winning TV movie Day One, plus several series: Alfred Hitchcock Presents; Philip Marlow: Private Eye; and Dog House.