LUA

Logical Unit Application (interface)
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Lua

(from the article `Thailand`) ...numbers of Khmer speakers remain in northeastern and eastern Thailand. Small numbers of upland-dwelling speakers of Mon-Khmer languages are also ...
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Lua

[goddess] In Roman mythology, Lua was a goddess to whom soldiers sacrificed captured weapons. She is sometimes referred to as `Lua Saturni`, which makes her a consort of Saturn. It may be that Lua was merely an alternative name for Ops. ...
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Lua

[song] `Lua` is a single by Bright Eyes released in October 2004. Appearing on the album, I`m Wide Awake, It`s Morning, the song deals with two people as they struggle through depression, addiction, and an interminable night. Conor Oberst appears alone on the track, on vocals and acoustic guitar. The song also appears as a duet with Gillian
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Lua

[programming language] Lua (ə {respell|LOO|ə}, from lua ˈlu.(w)ɐ meaning moon; explicitly not `LUA`) is a lightweight multi-paradigm programming language designed as a scripting language with extensible semantics as a primary goal. Lua is cross-platform since it is written in ANSI C, and has a relatively simple C API. == History == Lua
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lua

bathroom or toilet
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Lua

[company] Lua is a Techstars New York City start-up specializing in communications for the mobile workforce. ...
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