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lase

/layz/ To print a given document via a laser printer. "OK, let's lase that sucker and see if all those graphics-macro calls did the right things."
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LASE PeCo says the 3D scanners have angle settings of 45[degrees]; a reach of approximately 262ft (80m) and operates on a frequency of 20/40 Hz.
Whispers had pretty much forgotten about Lase Med until this news arrived: Carpenter was convicted earlier this month of operating a fraudulent scheme by claiming to cure cancer.
In total, 78% of the children had U-tAs values higher than the BEI of 35 ng/mL, and the LAsE values in this population ranged from 14 to 1,255 [micro]g/L-year (Table 1).
During this period he contributed sketches and moral tales to The Sjambok, Ilanga lase Natal, and The Bantu World.
The curve was generated by treating cords to different net stretches, thereby varying the extensional stiffness (LASE, or load at specified elongation; LASE-X represents the stress at X% elongation).
Media analyst of the EU Election Observation Mission Inta Lase said the mission will employ both qualitative and quantitative methods in order to monitor the media contents.
Lase Med founders, one of whom is Antonella Carpenter, claim they first developed the concept in 1989 and have performed the procedure since 2000, mostly out of the firm's former North Little Rock location but in Oklahoma since late last year.
The pretty 17-year-old hopes to find what she's looking for with her band Lase. Emma and her three school pals are featured on a charity single due for release next Friday.
He became widely known from his work with the institute and on Ilanga lase Natal ("The Natal Sun"), the first Zulu newspaper (which he helped to found in 1904).
This contrasts with the LASE data of figure 5, which indicates that both A330 and 1W90 exhibit an elevated LASE-5 at a given [f.sub.a] when compared to "conventional" 1W70.
Construction project lase, university of kaiserslautern, carpentry work - interior doors 156 pcs.
A former official with the National Center for Toxicological Research at Jefferson, serving as an adviser on the joint UALR/UAMS research, dismissed Lase Med's accusations and noted that: