Lias


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Lias

[′lī·as]
(geology)
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LIA. The EUROLINE test (Euroimmun AG) enabled detection of 14 autoantibodies against RNP, Sm, Ro/SSA60, Ro/SSA52, La/SSB, Scl-70, Pm-Scl, Jo-1, CENP, PCNA, nucleosomes, histones, ribosomal-P, and AMA-M2.
"As is also the case with England, we find extensive reference to prominent features of the landscape, together with frequent reference to particular types of trees and plants as well as animals," writes Lias. "Many names refer directly to human occupations, while others mirror human beliefs or superstitions."
When an unexpected opportunity arises, Cecilia Montgomery reinvents herself as independent, free-spirited Lia Washington.
Hero dad, Seamus O'Droigneain, 29, really does beat himself up over his love for his little daughter, Lia Leigh Ni Droigneain.
Those of you who enjoy New York's great natural resources while hunting, trapping and fishing will now have a new color to "sport." DEC has changed the color of licenses from green to yellow for the 2007/2008 license year, and many License Issuing Agents (LIA) have already converted to the new stock.
Picking up right where the cliff-hanger ending of book one left readers, Pearson's latest foray into fantasy ups the ante for Lia, Rafe, and Kaden.