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lax

(of flower clusters) having loosely arranged parts

LAX

LAnguage eXample.

A toy language used to illustrate compiler design.

["Compiler Construction", W.M. Waite et al, Springer 1984].
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The Coast Tsimshian village of Lax Kw'alaams is located north of Prince Rupert on the northwestern coast of British Columbia.
Hearings on proposed changes to the north airfield at LAX are scheduled for 6-9 p.
5 million travelers used LAX in 2005, compared with 60.
We entered into these agreements and assumed the debt for improvements at the request of LAWA," said Dawn Arnevik, chair of LAX Two Corporation.
Blake also questioned the city linking the plan to its LAX renovations.
To support the growth of international traffic and provide the level of service that international travelers demand, United has invested millions of dollars at LAX in facility, equipment and customer service improvements.
Passengers at LAX were told to expect waits up to two hours before the system was able to catch up with all the incoming flights.
As part of the project, LAX will move the arrival runway 55 feet away and build a new center taxiway, so the airplanes land, cruise down the center taxiway and have more space to slow down before crossing the takeoff runway.
Mehlman & Lax, based in Pikesville at 4 Reservoir Circle, is a general business and litigation practice firm, specializing in commercial litigation, malpractice and personal injury cases.
This upgrade will also increase the security and reliability of FAA air traffic control communications at LAX while making airport operations much more efficient.
Long lines are a hallmark of American air travel, especially at LAX and most especially since 9-11.