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LEM

 (lĕm)
n.
A lunar excursion module.
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LEM

(lɛm)
n acronym for
(Astronautics) lunar excursion module
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LEM

(lɛm)

n., pl. LEMs, LEM's.
lunar excursion module: the portion of the Apollo spacecraft in which astronauts landed on the moon.
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Noun1.LEM - a spacecraft that carries astronauts from the command module to the surface of the moon and backLEM - a spacecraft that carries astronauts from the command module to the surface of the moon and back
ballistic capsule, space vehicle, spacecraft - a craft capable of traveling in outer space; technically, a satellite around the sun
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References in classic literature ?
They seemed content to perch tranquilly on the river bank, and leave him bowed down by the weight of a great prob- lem. He wanted it settled forthwith.
I will never forget the first time I heard Sterling Brown read "Old Lem." It was in the spring of 1972 when I met Sterling and Daisy Brown.
The sum of the size classes ([less than or equal to]5 min) provided an estimate of fine root biomass at that time in the LEM and HEM forest types.
Lem came up with the game when he was nine, but he only showed me
'All I knew was, the country's economy is growing and people kind of looked similar to me,' says Chhay Lem (pictured), who was born in a Cambodian refugee camp in the mid-1980s on the Thai border after his parents fled the Khmer Rouge, before moving to the Netherlands as a small boy.
La liesse des jeunes etait, egalement, partagee par le comite de la LEM d'El Jadida qui a oeuvre durant des mois pour collecter, lire, rectifier et mettre en page ce livre.
LEM: Ahora que hablas de la subjetividad me pregunto, ?hay un acuerdo entre los cronistas latinoamericanos como Martin Caparros, Juan Villoro, Leila Guerriero y tu, de usar la subjetividad?
Steve and Lem said up to 15 people, both men and women, sleep rough in Bridgend every night but the Floorspace overnight facility run by housing support service Gwalia on the Bridgend Industrial Estate has only 10 places.
Although Lem reminded Olivia that he could always turned her into a vampire, that isn't a choice for her.  "I don't wanna be turned," Olivia said.
Lem & John met in the early 90s as members of a recording group who wrote and produced tracks together.
Under such a scenario, the cumulative annual vacancy loss per unit is $999This changes for the better when a hypothetical community leverages LEM to create an expiration profile that mirrors its demand.