Definitions for "Lat"
Local Area Transport. Ethernet protocol developed by Digital Equipment Corporation.
DECnet protocol governing communications between terminals & hosts.
Local area transport --- such as a terminal server.
Keywords:  locum, ccst, cct, appointment, training
Locum Appointment for Training i.e can count towards CCT. A Type II programme.
An appointment where it is decided that CCST training experience can be offered and prospective training recognition has been given to a locum post.
Lowest Astronomical Tide - A tidal datum. The lowest tide level, which can be predicted to occur under average meteorological conditions and under any combination of astronomical conditions. Increasingly used as chart datum, for example,. for all new Australian charts.
Lowest Astronomical Tide. The lowest tide level, which can be predicted to occur under average meteorological conditions and any combination of astronomical conditions. This level may not be reached every year.
A region of what is modern Gujerat. In Vatsyayana's time it was probably under the rule, or overlordship, of the Indo-Scythian Shakas.
The American Association for Laboratory Animal Science certifies laboratory animal employees, primarily caregivers and veterinary technicians. The employees are certified by passing a multiple-choice test. There are 3 levels of certification: Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician (ALAT), Laboratory Animal Technician (LAT), and Laboratory Animal Technologist (LATG).
Keywords:  tawar, lobster, air
Lobster Air Tawar
Keywords:  didnt, night, sleep
I didnt sleep at all lat night.
Liabilities Arbitration Tribunal
Keywords:  linker, activation, cells
linker for activation of T cells
Last Automated Trade. On SETS stocks, the computerised trading system, the LAT is the price of the last trade that went through the system automatically.
Keywords:  team, appraisal, language
Language Appraisal Team.
Lot Acceptance Test (also known as an element evaluation)
Keywords:  let, allow
To let; to allow.
Keywords:  broad, flat, muscle, side, back
a broad flat muscle on either side of the back