La - Education and Science

Education and Science

  • Landscape architecture
  • Language arts, class subject
  • Lanthanum, chemical element with symbol La
  • Laser ablation
  • Latin, ISO 639-1 language code
  • Lawrence Academy at Groton, American boarding school
  • Loyola Academy, American college preparatory high school
  • Lewis acids and bases, literature abbreviation
  • Linear algebra, branch of mathematics
  • Linoleic acid, fatty acid
  • Lipoic acid, organosulfur compound
  • Lupus anticoagulant, autoimmune disorder
  • Lauric acid, saturated fatty acid
  • Local anesthetic

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