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LAT

Abbreviation for:
lactic acid threshold
latency
latency-associated transcript
lateral
lateral atrial tunnel
latex agglutination test
latissimus dorsi
Licensed Athletic Trainer
lidocaine, adrenaline and tetracaine
locum appointment for training, see there

LAT

Ambulatory surgery A cocktail of topical anesthetics–lidocaine, adrenaline, tetracaine–used for lacerations of vascularized regions of the head and face; LAT is as effective as TAC, but is not associated with seizures and/or death. Cf TAC.
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Authorities also said Lat made nonsensical statements to Wheaton police.
The indication is Kampung Boy the movie will be a live-action motion picture as opposed to the use of Lat's familiar caricatures being animated.
The authors use Fink's (2013) significant learning taxonomy to organize the 50 LATs, but it does not provide readers with practical insight.
Earlier this year LAT Pharma met with the FDA to discuss a submission for a novel therapy to treat ascites due to liver cirrhosis.
Lat brings these various personalities to life, making each character reasonably believable.
LAT is devised to test a child's aptitude or innate brain power as opposed to their academic learning.
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The European Commission has reported a "smooth and successful" changeover from the lats to the euro in Latvia.
(BNA) -- Latvia today became the 18th member of the eurozone by replacing its currency, the Lats, with euro.
"We hope that the irrevocable fixing of the lat's conversion rate at this level will increase the support to the euro changeover in Latvia in the coming months (currently close to 40%)," the statement concluded.
The researchers are calling for LAT couples to have the right to 'opt in' to legal recognition - for protection in case of separation or bereavement - and to be taken into account by those providing personal, health and social care services, such as relationship counselling and family support.
In telling the story of the vicissitudes and tribulations of the city, its promoters and detractors as well as its inhabitants, Jennings' history of colonial Da Lat exemplifies the new imperial history both in its achievements and its shortcomings.