low1

low1

a level lower than normal.

low1-calcium rickets
see rickets.
low1 contrast
an x-ray film with a poorly defined image because of insufficient contrast between light and dark shadows.
low1-density lipoprotein
low1 larkspur
low1 lupin
lupinuspusillus.
low1 milk fat syndrome
dramatic fall in butterfat content of milk (as low as 50%) while volume remains normal, due to low fiber content of ration.
low1-phosphorus rickets
see rickets.
low1 whorled milkweed
asclepiaspumila.
low1 withers
a conformation defect in a horse.
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1) The LOW1 and LOW2 products assembled on Machine 3 have distinctively different trucking needs.
As shown in Figure III, LOW1 and LOW2 products were found to require more overhead than previously captured by the cost system.
Table 1 Production Volume by Machine Class Product Machine Machine Machine Machine Machine Total 1 2a 2b 2c 3 REG 43,496 169,879 23 56,161 269,559 REG+ 117,430 69,506 22,155 209,091 SP1 1,771 10,747 12,518 SP2 20,887 16,647 37,534 PREM1 3,000 5,516 15,723 24,239 PREM2 9,406 5,388 14,794 PREM+ 3,459 6,218 9,677 LARGE 100,683 100,683 LOW1 15,696 15,696 LOW2 9,709 9,709 185,272 352,474 18,916 121,433 25,405 703,500
After one and one-half years of operation, the plant producing exclusively LOW1 and LOW2 products was closed because the company made the strategic decision to eliminate the products from the line.
Market analyses suggest that products LOW1 and LOW2 are in a declining market; therefore, long-term investment is not considered advisable.
banking unit of one of the world's largest financial services companies, today announced the results of an HSBC Direct Consumer Survey which revealed that, despite consumer confidence at an all time low1, Americans continue to treat themselves and others, with over half having "splurged" within the last month.