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LAU

Langage a Assignation Unique. A single assignment language for the LAU dataflow machine, Toulouse.

["Pipelining, Parallelism and Asynchronism in the LAU System", J.C. Syre et al, Proc 1977 Intl Conf Parallel Proc, pp. 87-92].
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1, Lau said, the Fort Smith plant will have about 3,500 workers.
Lau says young children may be especially at risk for the type of toxicity observed in the nerve-cell cultures, because effects were seen at concentrations of additives she says are theoretically achievable in plasma by eating foods and drinks typically consumed by children--for example, a snack of corn chips, which may contain MSG, and a fruit juice drink, which may contain aspartame.
Lau cautioned that the conversion rate from laparoscopic to open cholecystectomy is expected to be high.
Lau suffered worst of all - she's prone to seasickness.
Kwok-Kwong Lau, * Wai-Cho Yu, * Chung-Ming Chu, ([dagger]) Suet-Ting Lau, * Bun Sheng * and Kwok-Yung Yuen ([double dagger])
Divided into three time blocks, movie opens in 1991 with young punk Lau shooting dead a triad godfather, Ngai Kwun (Joe Cheung), for reasons only explained much later.
Lau and his colleagues detail their new findings in the August Toxicological Sciences.
Besides Fairy King Prawn, who has won almost pounds 4 million in prize-money, Lau owns leading Hong Kong Derby hope Jeune King Prawn and promising new recruit Halo King Prawn, who won his first race recently.
Charley Lau remains the guru of our time -- the '70s and '80s, though his influence has diminished since his death.
If one of the inks runs out midway through a printing job, the Color Bubble Jet printer simply stops," Lau says.
He suggested to the senior Mr Lau that instead of selling eggs at 60 cents each, he should buy an incubator and sell the day-old chicks for M$3 each.
First published in Canada when Lau was eighteen, the autobiography met with great acclaim - a fact that, apparently, must be attributed to its marketably heady subject matter (as the movie Kids and Elizabeth Wurtzel's Prozac Nation have proven in our own country, consumers adore profligate and/or victimized youth) rather than any literary merit.