LBL


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LBL

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA.
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The species of bamboo used to make the LBL was Moso (Phyllostachys pubescens Mazel ex J.
Contrary to belief, American players for LBL teams, tax-wise, are the cheapest.
The final phase is scheduled to finish by 2013, at which point LBL will have a storage capacity of more than 28,000 cubic metres.
Louis-based industrial conglomerate Harbour Group, LBL began to move its sales, marketing and product development into Tech Lighting's 205,000-square-foot facility in Skokie, Ill.
Using a high-resolution transmission electron microscope at LBL, the scientists took 20 pictures of lithium cobalt oxide--each one deliberately defocused a little differently--with a nearly atomic resolution of 1.
The Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), the Tooling & Manufacturing Association (TMA), and LBL Strategies, Ltd.
Stolt's Seaway Rover remotely operated vehicle support and survey vessel completed the LBL arrays, installing six transponders at Einset and eight transponders at SE Tahoe 1 in advance of the flowline installation work.
Although lack of TdT is unusual for LBL, given the undifferentiated morphologic features and lack of definitive markers, a blastic lymphoma was favored.
This group, renamed LBL in the late '80s, is one of the oldest gay organizations in the world.
The company's new foam is blown with what Recticel calls LBL 2, based on 2-chloropropane.
Today, Land Between the Lakes, or LBL, is a 170,000-acre multi-use park surrounded by 220,000 acres of lake water and operated by TVA.