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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation Lamentations

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  • Mouse Computer hits back with three new AMD-based desktop PCs namely the Lm-A700X2,

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  • When the changes take place bulbs will appear with the symbol Lm for Lumens instead of W for Watt.

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  • When the changes take place bulbs will appear with the symbol Lm for Lumens instead of W for Watt.

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  • October 30, 2008 at 11:31 am if yoo see dis Lm purrsun, yoo tells tehm “midnight tonite, in teh alley behind teh ty booteek.”

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  • Sale of any cheese in which Lm was present would have been an offence and the EHOs could have seized the cheese and destroyed it with impunity, without offering any compensation.

    A cautionary tale

  • That December, some £54,000-worth of his product had been seized by Clydesdale District Council environmental health officers EHOs, who claimed that high counts of Lm made it unfit for human consumption.

    A cautionary tale

  • Predicted rainfall dangerously close to levees’ limit; engineers rush repairs Lm Otero/Ap With dark clouds from Hurricane Rita above, Oklahoma National Guardsmen Spc. Kenny Kvarme, left, and Spc. Christopher Woods wave for a vehicle to stop at a checkpoint leading into New Orleans on Thursday.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Rita brings rain to battered New Orleans

  • And, on the back of that scare came Directive 92/46/EEC, rushed in to address the problem, imposing a blanket ban on the presence of all Lm in milk, and milk products such as cheese.

    A cautionary tale

  • Firstly, Lm is a commonly found in the environment and is thus virtually impossible to exclude it from milk and many other foods.

    A cautionary tale

  • What is also interesting is that the Directive was brought in on the back of a real problem, the emergence of a strain of bacteria known as Listeria monocytogenes Lm which, from the early 1980s through to the early 1990s, caused a number of serious outbreaks of illness and a few fatalities, as well as causing spontaneous abortion in a small number of women.

    A cautionary tale

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