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Lud,

in the Bible, eponym of an Asian people, probably the Lydians. There is probably textual confusion at some points with the LubimLubim
, in the Bible, the Libyans. For other possible occurrences, see Chub; Lehabim; Lud.
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Guttmacher's findings concerning lUDs and injectables are in line with anecdotal evidence reported in the media that some plans were requiring patient cost-sharing for certain methods or taking other steps that appear contrary to a simple reading of the federal mandate to cover "the full range" of methods.
As we climb Barrs or Luds Hill, we see an ancient church on the left dedicated to St Nicholas.
Aside from leaving most of my writing be, toward the end of my journalistic career, the best compliment Tita Letty gave me happened years earlier at her birthday party at Tita Luds and Uncle Gene's home.
lUDs had not traditionally been recommended for adolescents because they had been perceived to be at an elevated risk of infection.
Noting that implants and lUDs arc in the top tier of effectiveness, she said that these methods should be recommended as primary birth control for women of childbearing age who are taking isotretinoin.
But some years back, when her sister Lulut (Ate Luds or Inday Badiday to the rest of the country) was still alive, Lulut complained about Carlitos' monitoring of her diet, something he didn't do with Letty.
And removing these barriers can have a real impact: A recent study found that when a California health insurer eliminated cost-sharing for lUDs, implants and injectables, enrollees' use of these highly effective methods increased substantially, and their risk of contraceptive failure decreased as a result.