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lac

, gen.

lac·tis

(lak, lak'tis),
1. Synonym(s): milk (1)
2. Any whitish, milklike liquid.
[L. milk]

lac

(lak) [L.]
1. milk.
2. any milklike medicinal preparation.

LAC

Abbreviation for:
laceration
lactate
lactation
lactic acid
Lactobacillus acidophilus
Lay Advisory Committee 
Licensed Acupuncturist
Local Authority Circular
Local Authority Company
looked-after children, see there
lupus anticoagulant

lac

pl. lacta [L.] milk.
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And more than three months after the Prime Minister visited Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park, on June 20, 1977, the Government issued Decree No.
Likewise, Lac never said it would not purchase the property.
Some of the laws profoundly influenced by the LAC include the Combating of Rape Act, Combating of Domestic Violence Act, Maintenance Act and Childcare and Protection Act.
acted as equity capital markets Advisor to LAC; and McDermott, Will and Emery, LLP and Sperling and Slater, PC acted as legal counsel to LAC.
The present study, however, departs from these studies in a number of ways: Instead of looking at transition economies, our dataset covers a broader set of developing countries, and we specifically investigate whether LAC is different in terms of the determinants of FDI compared to developing countries in general.
This agreement demonstrates that Lac Seul First Nation can work successfully with industry" Lac Seul Chief Clifford Mill said.
I have seen LAC foolishly go along with a failed attempt to restore copyright restrictions on unpublished records that were about to come, properly and finally, into the public domain.
Among the EU27 member states, Germany was by far the largest exporter to the LAC countries in 2009 with 18.
The mineral zone is located on the north of the Company's Helmer Project and within the western portion of its Fond Du Lac Project, which is situated on the reserve lands of the Fond Du Lac Denesuline First Nation.
She said as time went by some employees left the lodge and went to Angola and South Africa for study and work purposes making it difficult for the LAC to trace them.
Life history information, such as developmental threshold and cold tolerance, are essential to predicting the potential distribution and to determining the regulatory and management responses to the lobate lac scale.
The presence of several world-class metal deposits, such as Lac Tio (Fe-Ti), Mont Wright (Fe), Doyon and Sigma-Lamaque (Au), LaRonde (Au-CuZn), Niobec (Nb), Raglan (Ni-Cu-PGE), Horne (Cu-Au), and Jeffrey (chrysotile, asbestos), attests to Quebec's vast and diverse mineral resource base.