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Lu·na

(lūn'ă),
Lee G., 20th-century U.S. medical technologist. See: Luna-Ishak stain.

LUNA

Laparoscopic uterine nerve ablation Gynecology A procedure for treating pelvic pain consisting in disrupting the uterine nerves. See Pelvic inflammatory disease.
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The last time a Luna exhibit the size of the Singapore showcase was mounted was in 1988 at the National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) and Metropolitan Museum of Manila.
Fernando Luna and another Luna sibling, Eduardo, were charged with four felony counts, as were two unrelated co-defendants in June of last year.
We have lots of heroes like Luna and the other revolutionaries whose lives and beliefs could inspire the youth and the nation to do great things.
Luna said the the combined company will have a foundation in its core test and measurement products and API's High Speed Optical Receiver and Optosolutions product lines, enabling continued investment in the growth of areas such as Luna's strain and temperature sensing business and API's next generation of receivers and detectors.
Finally, the robotic missions Luna 16 (1970), 20 (1972), and 24 (1976) succeeded, bringing 0.
All summer Luna had visited the beaches, but none like this, where even the port-a-potties were crowded with pink-lipped women, hair the color of hay, lighter than her mother's copper tone, their men equally bronzed, beaked with visors, quick to laugh when Luna stared.
Luna said as time passed, some of his customers moved away, but craved Carrillo's enough that they were willing to not only call and place a $30 order, but also pay for a $60 shipping charge.
TUViT, an independent technical testing and evaluation standards body, is evaluating the cryptographic platform on which the SafeNet's Luna Identity Management line is based.
The government launched an investigation, notifying Hernandez de Luna by postcard.
Luna loses steam toward the finish because Hill's description of the negotiations that ended her action lacks dramatic punch.