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Luma

A currency subdivision of the Armenian dram. A luma is equal in value to 1/100 of a dram. See also: Cent.
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It's a piece of kinetic art that only happens when it's in motion, when it's being manipulated by the performers," said Michael Marlin, creator of Luma.
The Mall of Georgia store, occupying 36,000 square feet, has as many as 18 Bago Luma etageres filled with decorative home goods.
No larger than a business phone, the Luma has a three-inch-diagonal screen that displays black-and-white images of both caller and callee.
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The PureClean Air Purification System by Luma Comfort is designed with five different stages of air purification that combine to attack and eliminate common airborne pollutants, including dust and pollen, as well as more harmful airborne particles, such as chemicals, gases and bacteria.
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At a meeting last month, the FDA's Obstetrics and Gynecology Devices Panel reviewed the results of the two pivotal trials of the device, the LUMA Cervical Imaging System, manufactured by Massachusetts-based MediSpectra Inc.