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LIS. A suit; an action; a controversy in court; a dispute.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The key players in the global LIS market include Cerner Corporation, Recent Developments, Eclipsys Corporation, Merge Healthcare Inc., STARLIMS Corporation, Sunquest Corporation and Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., LabVantage Solutions Inc., LabWare Inc., McKesson Corporation, Medical Information Technology Inc., and others.
"As this Court has recognized, a notice of lis pendens is merely another form of pleading in the litigation of which it gives notice," Williams said.
(i) to identify the Library and Information Science (LIS) Blogs in India;
"It is long overdue and it will go a long way in helping our teachers have more time to teach than working on the LIS," he added.
The writ of summons says it is substantially alleged that having earlier being ordered to turn over the defendants who are LIS personnel and charged criminally, the respondent in defiance of such order failed and refused to turn over the LIS personnel.
Working with an LIS that helps protect data and data integrity has a direct impact on quality and patient safety.
Orders were then manually entered into the LIS using the paper requisition, LIS bar coded specimen labels were printed, and specimens were relabeled in the laboratory.
A paper published in PLOS Biology by a Swiss research group describes a computer interface that can decipher the thoughts of LIS patients.
The Supreme Court ordered the register of deeds of Cabuyao to reannotate the notice of lis pendens on the Transfer Certificate of Title.