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Abbreviation for:
local immune therapy
local implementation team  
lumbar infusion test

lymphocyte immune therapy



A purported treatment for recurrent miscarriage, in which cells from a potential father are infused into a woman who has had previous loss of pregnancy after intercourse with this partner.


LIT has not been shown to prevent spontaneous abortion and may be hazardous to the recipient of the infused cells. In the U.S., the FDA permits research on LIT but not its use in everyday medical practice.
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Estamos, pues, ante un estudio de los significados culturales y la logica interna de la lira popular, forma poetica que posee su propia coherencia, que adopta estilos y codigos distintivos.
La lira popular se configuro como poesia urbana de gran protagonismo en el Chile de la segunda mitad del siglo XIX y principios del siglo XX, vendida a viva voz en lugares publicos como mercados y estaciones de ferrocarriles.
The Sabanci CEO said the holding's written down value had reached over 14 billion Turkish liras, which Kurtul said made Sabanci the biggest holding and company in Turkey.
15 billion Turkish liras, the highest among banks in Turkey.
7% and reached to 13 657 Million Turkish Liras at current prices, increased by 8.
470 billion liras of income tax were withheld between January and March.
During this term, 608 million liras were withheld from income of bank deposits, 601 million liras were withheld from business rental fees, 289 million liras were withheld from payments of private business, and 245 million liras were withheld from profits distributed by various institutions.
Turks pay 17 liras in taxes for a bottle of Raki that costs 29.
7 million Turkish Liras from bridges and toll roads in the first two months of the year, according to official figures.
Ziraat Bank's CEO Can Akin Caglar said in a statement that bank's assets jumped to 121 billion liras, a 16 percent rise since the beginning of the year.
5 percent to 1,369 million Turkish liras (nearly 960 million USD).
But from January 1 all that will change when Turkey's central bank lops six zeros off the currency, creating the New Turkish Lira at the rate of one to a million of the current units.