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  • Take a look at the Call for Participation for the 2006 Law and Society Association conference (a lot of our faculty are very active in LSA, and several have been president of the association):

    I Think I'm Going to Shut My Piehole for A While

  • Following this achievement, Flight Design is the first company in the world to obtain Chinese LSA approval, and the first company outside of China holding a Chinese Type Design Approval and a Chinese Production Certificate.


  • Under the proposal, even the least provident would have a strong incentive to hold all but their shortest term savings in LSA’s, where they would earn tax-free income.

    Retirement Policy

  • Googlers referred to LSA as if it were a single organization.

    In the Plex

  • For a number of years, Brin and Page drew organizational and clerical support from a pool of four sharp young women known as LSA, or Larry and Sergey Assistants.

    In the Plex

  • Bolted to the LSA is a six-speed manual transmission with a dual-disc clutch system. Chronicle

  • Another thing is that the engines in the XFR, M5 and the E55 (that new TT 5.5L V8 from MB) represent the most powerful engines the companies produce ... while the LSA is a detuned version of the LS9!


  • We expect again the revenue to be about the same as last year, which was excellent, and the growth to be in nano, primarily the high brightness LEDs and some activity in the thin film head for disk drives and the LSA should be the star for next year. Home Page

  • Next, because only highly privileged users can call the LSA Policy functions, they will not work for applications running under unprivileged accounts, such as ASP. NET.

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  • The LSA is the second largest party and currently in Coalition with the CSV.

    J. Arthur MacNumpty


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