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Lambda

The ratio of a change in the option price to a small change in the option volatility. It is the partial derivative of the option price with respect to the option volatility.
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LIMT HDV, an international study with sites in New Zealand, Israel and Pakistan, is a 1: 1 randomized, open-label study of Lambda 120 or 180 microgram subcutaneous injections administered weekly for 48 weeks in 33 patients with chronic HDV.
They want to improve their functional skills by understanding lambda calculus and improve de efficiency of programs by making them semantically transparent.
The suit states that Delta Lambda Phi was founded in 1986 "to promote the interests of gay, bisexual, transgender and progressive students," and has used the acronym DLP since at least 2001.
Remembering the general format of lambda abstraction reduction is [lambda]yFy[a] = Fa, the trouble with the Paradox of Predication,
If H's had formed in the experiment, lambdas wouldn't have disintegrated into detectable pions, because lambda fusions would have happened a hundred million times faster than lambda decays, Rusek explains.
She said if Lambda Delta Lambda is formed, it ``would encourage people going through the educational system to gain the support that they need.
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Paul Scanlon, vice president of product management, Red Lambda (Photo: Business Wire)
They aren't as interested in the sorority movement as [gay] men have been [in fraternities]," says Windmeyer, citing a trend he's observed since he founded Lambda 10 Project in 1995.