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lats

(læts)
n. the latissimus dorsi; the muscles of the back. (Bodybuilding.) Your lats are coming along fine. Now let’s start working on your delts.
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LATS CAD 2 includes the same products found in LATS MULTI V(TM) and adds multi and single split products, allowing the user to design buildings with the LG products they need.
Potential licensees interested in obtaining more information about the Universal Lats and discussing licensing opportunities with respect to the product can contact the Manufacturer Response Department of Innovation Direct[TM] at (877) 991-0909 ext.
Thereafter, lats can be exchanged for euros without a service fee at the Bank of Latvia for an unlimited period of time.
That said, most people in LAT relationships have a strong sense that they are a couple, and many are in long-term relationships to which they are deeply committed.
It is critical to the effectiveness of the LAT and the corresponding LMG, BP, and SLAs that the LAT have good metrics to assess their own performance.
For example, a one year deposit of 100 lats would convert to $164 [lat/$ = 0.
With the support of PEC, LAT participants will create a blueprint for better solid-waste management practices.
In an exercise such as a lat pulldown, the biceps is the smaller muscle and will therefore fatigue long before the upper back.
The lats assist the smaller and weaker biceps in executing most pulling movements.
The Finance Ministry has proposed reducing the personal income tax rate to 21 percent and raising the monthly non-taxable minimum and tax deductions for dependants to 90 lats (128.
The state-owned company Latvijas Valsts Mezi (Latvian State Forests, LVM) posted 214 million lats (305.
LATS designs and manufactures assembly line and testing equipment, primarily for the automotive industry.
4 million lats in the export markets of Estonia, Lithuania and Norway, LETA reports.
According to previous preliminary projections, the company's turnover in 2011 should have been around 19 million lats, which is5 percent less than in 2010.
Residents will have to declare properties worth over 10,000 lats (14,200 euros), as well as company shares, other assets, and cash savings worth more than 10,000 lats.