LSP


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LSP

 
left sacroposterior (position of the fetus).

LSP

Abbreviation for left sacroposterior position.

LSP

left sacroposterior (position of fetus).

Local Strategic Partnership

An arrangement in the UK involving members of the public, private, community and voluntary sector organisations, which allocate funding and address various problems affecting local services and communities, as well as strategies and initiatives to solve them, especially as related to underserviced areas. LSPs were established by the government to match local authority boundaries and support regeneration, improve public services and tackle issues of greatest concern to a local population.
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Timur Tunador, President and CEO of ACM added, "The platform that LSP provides is essential to ensuring that our company remains at the forefront of a challenging and ever-changing business.
The application was developed by the Kennedy Information Technology Mobile Team in conjunction with LSP.
Tapling said that The LSP space has always been very competitive, with "razor thin" margins, but that LSPs can use Language Weaver to bid and compete for translation projects that previously would have been out of reach.
During the day of celebration, stilt walking football players met and greeted visitors to LSP.
The Series C equity round was co-led by LSP and Pinnacle Ventures and included both new and existing investors.
Among the small number of passengers on the first train out of LSP at 8.
LSP subsidiary is a spin-off from the Company's first power subsidiary, LEK.
Trains to Widnes, Warrington and Manchester as well as Birmingham and Crewe will stop at LSP.
Jorg Riesmeier, a partner in LSP, worked at Burrill & Company, as well as Bayer, and founded his own company which he sold to Adventis.
BULLETIN BOARD: LLFH) ("L & L Financial" or the "Company") today made the following announcements on its Kun Ming Coal Company energy operations (KMC) and establishment of LSP Technologies Inc.
Based in Amsterdam, Munich and Boston, the LSP Group has successfully invested in the life sciences for almost two decades.