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lutetium

 (Lu) [loo-te´she-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 71, atomic weight 174.97. (See Appendix 6.)

Lu

Symbol for lutetium.

Lu

lutetium.

Lu

symbol for the element lutetium.

Lu

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Symbol for lutetium

LU,

n lung channel; an acupuncture channel running from the shoulder to the hand along the radial surface of the arm and associated with the large intestine (LI) channel. See also LI.
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Lu

chemical symbol, lutetium.
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The Virtual Disk service enables easy detection, configuration, and management of logical unit numbers (LUNs), providing a common interface for LUN management and enabling applications to configure virtual disks to their needs.
The result is that the logical units of data will be processed at almost the maximum processing speed of the cloud servers.
As a configuration of up to four arithmetic logical units is possible, outstanding safety, operability and ease of maintenance are achieved.
In instances where a substantial amount of information is being presented (association bylaws, performance competition guidelines and so forth) break the text into logical units of information.
Ordinary, or classical, computers rely on vast arrays of miniature transistors, arranged into logical units called gates, to perform their calculations.
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We can gain significant benefits by carving physical servers into logical units - most of all improved utilization rates, which results directly in saved money.
The AIS includes a complete description of the Physical layer, which uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and advanced forward error-correction techniques, and a complete description of the Stream/Control and MAC layers, which multiplex a multiplicity of simultaneous multimedia services into logical units distinguishable at the radio interface (physical) layer.