LMR


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LMR

Abbreviation for:
Local Modernisation Review, see there
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Most live body measurements (BL, CD, RW, CG, and HW), regardless of age, were negatively correlated with RCR and LMR at different magnitudes.
Liberty House executive chairman, Sanjeev Gupta, described the launch of LMR as: "A very significant step on the journey towards the delivery of our green steel vision.
The LMR also features RRA's proprietary lightweight low-profile gas block, which is concealed by a lightweight 12.
O objetivo do estabelecimento de LMR e assegurar que tais residuos presentes nos alimentos nao constituam um risco inaceitavel para a saude dos consumidores e dos animais.
Among the factors driving the growth of the LMR market are the migration to digital LMR solutions, advances in technology, and economic and social factors.
The S412E LMR Master has a delivery of 4 to 6 weeks ARO.
The LMR serves as a role model the city refers to in order to show other organizations that share commercial and residential aspects how they can work together in a positive way, for the betterment of their community.
Newcastle's LMR has added Andrew Kennedy and Rowan Bell to its list of experienced staff.
Micromedex had the application program interface needed to make infobutton access possible from our LMR and agreed to help us develop the idea.
Faced with the Camp Pendleton Fire Department requirement and the NTIA narrowband mandate, Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC), Marine Corps Combat Development Center (MCCDC) and the Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) coordinated efforts to review, not only Camp Pendleton's requirement for land mobile radios, but all Marine Corps requirements for LMR.
LMR employees are former military and DoD career professionals who have experience and expertise in the areas of concept developments, development and implementation of Army doctrine, and the conduct of detailed studies/analysis and data collection/management.