OLM


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OLM

Abbreviation for:
ocular larva migrans
Oracle Learning Management  
outer limiting membrane

Ocular larva migrans (OLM)

A syndrome associated with toxocariasis, in which the eye is invaded by migrating larvae.
Mentioned in: Roundworm Infections
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Without GPS, you could use DME from OLM as a rough proxy, or a radial from SEA.
Olms are extremely popular in Slovenia, where in the past they have even made their way onto a national coin.
The road to this off-Broadway run began in 1999 when Olm, who has written two other original musicals, "Mulberry" and "Obits," discovered the Gnostic gospels--and his calling.
Olm buries the two horrified children in holes up to their waists with their hands shackled behind them.
Voituron, a professor at Claude Bernard Lyon University, and his team calculated growth rates, generation times and the lifespan of olms living in a cave at Moulis, Saint-Girons, France.
As the OLM I hope to be working closely with those in the town involved with young people, exploring how God is calling us to get alongside them.
Kathryn went with Norma to the awards in London and saw her collect her Believe In Me Award from Holby City actress Amanda Mealing and Peter O'Hara, managing director of OLM - a children's and adult's social services systems provider.
Though he was some way outside his target of 2h 50m his time of 3h Olm remained impressive in the circumstances.
The scheme is being run by Warwickshire County Council and its private sector partner OLM, a leading software supplier.
Example 10: OLM has been a calendar-year S corporation since 1975; L is its sole shareholder.
Under OLM structures, workers' skills are transferable, so the capital loss associated with job changes is smaller than changes within ILM structures.
In OLM the migration is to the eye and eye lesions and loss of vision can occur.