Lansium domesticum

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Noun1.Lansium domesticum - East Indian tree bearing an edible yellow berry
lansa, lansat, lanseh, lanset - East Indian tart yellow berrylike fruit
genus Lansium - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Meliaceae
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Chief Digital Officer and CBS Interactive CEO Jim Lanzone will delivera Keynote Address at the NAB Show's Online Video Conference.
In these cases, although Robertsonian changes are also probably the most frequent rearrangement, as those described by Lanzone et al.
Al mismo tiempo, Alfaro de Lanzone y Suetta, discipulos de Casanova, prosiguieron con los trabajos iniciados por el, efectuando en las decadas de 1970 y 1980 prospecciones, recolecciones de superficie y excavaciones en diferentes sitios (Alfaro de Lanzone 1981-1982, 1983, 1988; Alfaro y Suetta 1976; entre otros).
Jim Lanzone, Vice President of Product Management at search engine Ask Jeeves, explains why they chose Moreover to enhance their offering: "We selected Moreover Technologies to supply our news feed because the sophistication of its technology solves the unique challenges inherent to search engines.
That's much to their credit,'' said Frank Lanzone, a veteran public radio manager who runs KCBX-FM in San Luis Obispo and is a director for the state association.
Weiner will work closely with CBS Interactive President and Chief Executive Officer, Jim Lanzone, tapping into the company's online content network.
Clicker is a hybrid of many other kinds of information and entertainment sites: one part directory, one part search engine, one part Wiki, one part entertainment guide, and one part DVR," Lanzone writes in his <a href="http://blog.
en Ciencias Biologicas defendida el 2 de julio de 2009 por CECILIA Lanzone <celanzone@mendoza-conicet.
Lanzone y Ojeda, 2005); situacion similar a la de Ctenomys colburni, especie para la que no hay registros chilenos fehacientes.