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LST

 (ĕl′ĕs-tē′)
n.
A flatbottom vessel developed during World War II to land troops and cargo on open beaches and sometimes used as a weapons platform and hospital ship.

[l(anding) s(hip), t(ank).]
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LST

a military ship used to land troops and heavy equipment on beaches.
[l(anding)s(hip),t(ank)]

l.s.t.

local standard time.
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where: [[theta].sub.i,t] and [[theta].sub.e,t]--respectively, indoor and outdoor air temperature at time step t,[degrees]C; [H.sub.tot]--total heat transfer coefficient of the building, W/K; [H.sub.tr]--transmission heat transfer coefficient of the building, W/K; [H.sub.ve]--ventilation heat transfer coefficient of the building, W/K; n--mean air change rate for ventilation, [h.sup.-1]; V--inside volume of the building, [m.sup.3]; [b.sub.ve]--temperature adjustment factor if the supplied air temperature is not equal to the temperature of external environment; this value will be determined in accordance with LST EN ISO 13790 (2008); [[rho].sub.a] x [c.sub.a]--heat capacity of air per volume, [[rho].sub.a] x [c.sub.a] = 0.34 Wh/([m.sup.3] x K).
The question is complicated by the coincidence at approximately 13 h LST of the enhanced AC performance (Spottiswoode, 1997a) and a large increase in the magnitude of the negative correlation between AC performance and geomagnetic fluctuations (Spottiswoode, 1997b).
Photographs or original art were solicited from visitors of LST 325 during its stop in Chester Sept.
To mitigate the UHI effect, numerous studies have been conducted to investigate the correlation between LST and various spatial factors in different study areas.
USS LST Memorial acquired her in 2000, and she sailed to Mobile, Alabama, from Greece in December of that year, manned by a crew of 29.
To characterize the climatology of thermodynamic and dynamical variables which may influence MCS development, the diurnal cycle of CAPE, CIN, and Omega was studied using information at 01:00, 07:00, 13:00, and 19:00 LST (LST Ecuador = UTC - 5 h).
In 30 months of follow-up, the patient has definitive asymptomatic LST and dry normal hearing ear.
2, based on a rawinsonde released outside the tornadic rainband at the Hong Kong International Airport at 0600 UTC (1400 LST), which is about 100 km to the southeast and an hour before the miniature supercell became tornadic.
LST Marketing said the acquisition has provided the new vertical of celebrity talent integration to its offering, enhancing the growth of the business.
In order to support the requirements of these minimally manned ships, a substantial portion of traditionally shipboard supply functions were moved ashore and are now managed by the NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) LST. On the food service side, these functions include placing and scheduling food orders, maintaining all food service records, and overall financial accountability.
Spread out in the garden are the bigger-than-life statues of these founders of the major religious orders, except the one of Ignatius, which is in the Cardoner Square in the LST administration building.