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LET

Abbreviation for linear energy transfer.
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LET

Abbreviation for leukocyte esterase test; linear energy transfer.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

LET

A topical anesthetic mixture containing lidocaine, epinephrine, and tetracaine.
Mentioned in: Topical Anesthesia
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LET

Abbreviation for linear energy transfer.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012

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Q. Anyone can…..let me know…. I know that vomiting and nausea is sure for pregnancy and eager to know how early it can come? Anyone can…..let me know….

A. With both my preg. I started having terrible morning sickness right away, and my pregnancy's were 15 years apart! A Chiropractor suggested liquid Folic Acid and it turned out to be a real life saver for me! I couldn't have worked without it! I used it through both pregnancy's since my OBG's said it was perfectly safe to take.

Q. Could anyone let me know what causes depression? My friend is in a very depressed state, feels sad; a kind of hopelessness and ultimately lost interest in his favorite hobbies too. He doesn’t get required sleep and lacks energy…….he is taking antidepressants …..I am worried to a great extent as I am his very close friend. Could anyone let me know what causes depression?

A. No specific cause is linked to depression. Many factors are involved like genetic, biochemical, environmental & psychological as well. Genetic research has found that the multiple genes act together with other factor to cause it. Generally it’s triggered with some trauma leading to depression, which will be like losing someone close or a difficult relationship.

Q. HOW DO I LET IT OUT OF ME? I BEEN KEEP THINGS INSIDE OF ME N NOW I WANT TO JUST STOP N LET IT OUT WHAT DO I DO??? ITS BEEN A LONG TIME I BEEN ACTING HAPPY BUT REALLY NOT.

A. Have you ever played basketball or just shot baskets?

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So let us say a product cost PS1 to make, then 25 pence purchase tax would be payable.
Why should it be harder for, let us say, a highly-skilled Australian whose parents were born in this country, to come to Britain compared to an unskilled Romanian who cannot speak a word of English?
Roberto won by three lengths - let us say eight yards - and, therefore, the Brigadier ran a time approximately only half a second slower than Roberto, who broke the course record by a stunning 1.7 seconds.
They will thus have to go through the same customs checks as those, let us say, coming from the USA.
I just said earlier na there's a presumption of regularity but that is just a presumption so ang ibig sabihin nun if there is evidence to the contrary na baka there are some violations of let us say sa procurement laws natin then it is something that its worth looking into,' Guevarra said in an interview at the Senate on Wednesday.
Let us say yes to this voice of the country,' he went on to say.
"I used the timeout to let us say a quick prayer and get us refocused again to keep playing.
Let us say, today the situation differs much from the situation of the last months and recent years."
"Let us say things as they are: the man is detained in Saudi Arabia and and forbidden until this moment from returning to Lebanon," Nasrallah said in a televised speech.
In addition to ABA's short-term saving products, our customers also gain access to long-term saving products for, let us say, their child's education or saving for own retirement.
"Let us say, once and for all, ''no'', to every form of violence, vengeance and hatred carried out in the name of religion or in the name of God," the Pope said in his native Italian tongue during the speech.
Allowing for holidays, let us say 46 weeks a year are spent commuting, so the lost time is 30 minutes a week.