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LG

Simple language for analytic geometry, with graphic output. "LG: A Language for Analytic Geometry", J. Reymond, CACM 12(8) (Aug 1969).

LG

On drawings, abbr. for “long” or “length.”
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As reported, LGS handled 292,475 flights in 2018, which is an 8.7 percent increase against 2017.
The annual reports of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) have indicated that it continued to receive the highest number of complaints from LGs every year.
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The LGS Innovations modem will convert the data generated on the Orion spacecraft to an optical signal, allowing it to be beamed from the vicinity of the Moon to a receiver on Earth.
Mandating that at least 30pc of the provincial development government be transferred to LGs is historic.
LGS gives additional advantages of strength, durability, stability, non-combustibility, sustainability and cost-effectiveness.
LGS Innovations is also the lead for the radio frequency (RF) environmental awareness, a sub-system providing real-time RF environmental understanding that enables dynamic adjustment of spectrum allocation policies and improves radio network effectiveness.
Mir Ghannia, Sania (LGS Model Town) beat Fareeha, Mahnoor (BLL) 7-21, 21-19, 21-8.
"Such technologies will allow the DoD to maintain an information advantage, even in contested areas," said Bob Beyers, technical director of applied research and technology at LGS Innovations.
LGS said that the acquisition of Axios complements its intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance technologies with the addition of mission-attached services and application development capabilities.
One LGS personal computer can operate up to six projectors to create a "canvas" as large as 180-[ft.sup.2].
for Eisai's antiepileptic agent BANZEL (generic name: rufinamide), which was approved in November 2008 for the adjunctive treatment of seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) in children four years older and adults.