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Life jacket
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Life jacket: Vest that is made of buoyant material to keep a person afloat in water, life vest
Life net
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Life net: Strong net or material that firemen or other people use to catch a person who must jump from a building that is on fire
Life vest
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Life vest: Vest that is made of buoyant material to keep a person afloat in water, life jacket
Lixiviate
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Lixiviate: To subject to a washing process for the purpose of separating soluble material from that which is insoluble to leach, as ashes, for the purpose of extracting t
Loose nuke
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Loose nuke: Nuclear weapon or weapon making material that has been smuggled out of the former Soviet Union (Politics)
Low explosive
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Low explosive: Explosive material used to propel other explosive devices toward a target
Lymph
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Lymph: A spring of water hence, water, or a pure, transparent liquid like water. A fountain bubbled up, whose lymph serene Nothing of earthly mixture might distain. Trenc
Magnetoresistance
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Magnetoresistance: Change in the electrical resistance of a material under the influence of a magnetic field (Electromagnetics)
Magnetoresistivity
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Magnetoresistivity: Change in the electrical resistance of a material under the influence of a magnetic field (Electromagnetics)
Mailshot
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Mailshot: Sending out advertising material to many addresses, bulk mail
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