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LAT

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LAT

1. On drawings, abbr. for latitude.
2. On drawings, abbr. for lateral.

lat

In Indian architecture, an isolated shaft or pillar serving various purposes, as for bearing inscriptions or religious emblems or for a statue or image.
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LAT

(Local Area Transport) A communications protocol from Digital for controlling terminal traffic in a DECnet environment.
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The 50 LATs provide evidence of learning because students produce written documentation or an observable behavior (such as a debate).
Saint Juste contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Universal Lats to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
Lats banknotes and coins can be exchanged at the official conversion rate (1 EUR = 0.702804 LVL) and free of charge at post offices until March 31, and at commercial banks until June 30.
Although the majority of LATs are under 35, 11 per cent are 55 or over, with 19 per cent of LATs having relationships which have lasted six years or more and 41 per cent three years or more.
* Overhand lat pulldown, 6-10 reps, followed immediately by:
The analysis here focuses on interest rates for deposits since interest rates on loans generally are not reported and may represent only a portion of the fees charged.) Currency was freely convertible, so depositors could choose to make deposits in lats or in dollars.
The Finance Ministry has proposed reducing the personal income tax rate to 21 percent and raising the monthly non-taxable minimum and tax deductions for dependants to 90 lats (128.5 euros).
Tribune Media Services (TMS), in a move that continues a consolidation trend in the syndicate business, will absorb the Los Angeles Times Syndicate (LATS).
The lats can be effectively isolated with a barbell or dumbbell pullover, then followed up immediately with a multi-joint exercise such as a chin, pull-up, seated row, bent-over row, or lat pulldown.
The state-owned company Latvijas Valsts Mezi (Latvian State Forests, LVM) posted 214 million lats (305.7 million euros) in turnover last year, reports Nozare.lv.