LCV


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LCV

Abbreviation for:
large cell variant
lateral cerebral ventricle
leukocytoclastic vasculitis
limited clinical value (procedures of limited clinical value) 
lymphocytc choriomeningitis virus
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It provides a strategic overview of LCV and MCV steering electrification solutions, with an in-depth breakdown of market size and forecasts.
On year-on-year basis, the production of LCVs increased from 1,193 units last year to 1,349 units during the current year, showing an increase of 13.
The LCV will be developed on the platform of parent Suzuki Motor Corp's ( SMC) Carry, an LCV that is sold in markets like China, Indonesia and Pakistan.
It was planned in our original agreement (with SMC) in 1982 that the Carry LCV would be launched in India but at that time, due to poor response from the market, it was shelved.
Isuzu Motors will start their LCV operations in Sri City.
One of the races that LCV is following is New Mexico's Senate race between Democrat Martin Heinrich and Republican Heather Wilson.
The ITM's judges commented that: "Businesses are looking for LCVs that are lighter, with lower emissions and better fuel effi-ciency, qualities that the Citroen Berlingo range has in spades.
Other tools on the site include a new facility to request an LCV test drive from any Nissan dealer in the region.
The LCV with better acceleration capabilities can clear the intersection faster reducing its exposure to opposing traffic.
Nissan set ambitious objectives for the LCV business, which are to double operating profit to 8% and grow its sales volumes by 40% to 434,000 units worldwide by fiscal year 2007.
Its LCV Action Fund endorses candidates every election year, publishes lengthy reports on their voting records, produces and distributes both "Environmental Champion" and "Dirty Dozen" classifications for politicians, and spends money endorsing and opposing candidates.
The new LCV purchases in Italy declined at a CAGR of 4.