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lbm

abbreviation for lean body mass.

LBM

lean body mass
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US LBM was advised by KPMG LLP and Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP.
Members of the LBM Century Club, which is sponsored by Epicor, will be recognized in LBM Journal magazine and on LBMJournal.
Moreover, the FLBM belongs to the classical LBM framework, this fast method modifies the LBM in no way but just accelerates the convergence rate.
Nicola Beamish, CFO of LBM, noted, "This is a tremendous opportunity to extend the value and service offerings we bring to clients on a much larger scale and to provide new opportunities for our employees.
Which 1 RM is the dynamic maximum strength (kg), TBM is the body mass (kg) and LBM is the lean body mass (kg).
ProtoCall One said the implementation provides a platform that enables LBM to offer outsourced B2C customer management campaigns across all multi-channel contact types, whilst maintaining a single customer view.
To reduce the risk for cross-contamination during sample collection, teams changed disposable gloves and shoe covers between each of the 5 LBM poultry zones.
To some extent, the convergence criteria used in LBM are similar to those in the traditional CFD method.
Previous work (Sommer, 2000) on PAC and LBM processes shows minimal differences between PAC and laser cutting as regards to heat distortion and heat affected zone.
Over eight weeks, patients in both groups stopped losing weight and LBM to an equal degree.
Custom Built Publishing (Richfield, MN), a company that produces custom magazines, newsletters and brochures for the lumber/building material industry, has begun the publication of LBM Journal, a new magazine that will be published ten times a year for that same industry.