LID


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AcronymDefinition
LIDLow Impact Development
LIDLocal Improvement District
LIDLewica I Demokraci (Polish center-left political coalition)
LIDLost in the Desert (slang; Ft. Irwin, California)
LIDLiving in Denial
LIDLight Infantry Division
LIDLevodopa-Induced Dyskinesia (medical condition)
LIDLimited Ingredient Diet (Natural Balance pet food)
LIDLight Induced Degradation (solar cells)
LIDLeague for Industrial Democracy
LIDLog In Date (adoptions)
LIDLearning Improvement Days
LIDLogical Identifier
LIDLocal Injection and Detection (FOC)
LIDLicensed Interior Designer
LIDLimited In Depth
LIDLevy Improvement District
LIDLegislative Information Division
LIDLocal Interface Device (portable computer interface)
LIDLatinos in Development (Chicago, IL)
LIDLicense Information Document
LIDLast Issue Date
LIDLibrary Issue Document
LIDLaser Intrusion Device
LIDLatest Induction Date
LIDLeg In Disguise (airborne qualified soldier with less than 6 jumps)
LIDLinear Inertial Decoupler (Gemini Technologies, Inc.)
LIDLast Instrument Delivery
LIDLatch Insertion Delay
LIDLead Identification Department
LIDLaser Illumination Detector
LIDLaser Image Display
LIDLight Intensity Device
LIDLegionnaires in Doubt (Deathray song)
References in classic literature ?
Says I, if it could stay where it is, all right; because when we get down the river a hundred mile or two I could write back to Mary Jane, and she could dig him up again and get it; but that ain't the thing that's going to happen; the thing that's going to happen is, the money 'll be found when they come to screw on the lid.
The fisherman instead of answering took the lid of lead and shut it down quickly on the vase.
The carpets yielded and the lid closed; Natasha, clapping her hands, screamed with delight and tears fell from her eyes.
Mercedes lifted the lid of the chest and gazed fondly at her burial pretties.
The tin-soldiers rattled in their box, for they wanted to be out too, but they could not raise the lid.
With difficulty, for something seemed to resist her efforts, she raised the lid a few inches; but at that moment a sudden knocking at the door of the room made her, starting, quit her hold, and the lid closed with alarming violence.
Jo" on the next lid, scratched and worn, And within a motley store Of headless, dolls, of schoolbooks torn, Birds and beasts that speak no more, Spoils brought home from the fairy ground Only trod by youthful feet, Dreams of a future never found, Memories of a past still sweet, Half-writ poems, stories wild, April letters, warm and cold, Diaries of a wilful child, Hints of a woman early old, A woman in a lonely home, Hearing, like a sad refrain-- "Be worthy, love, and love will come," In the falling summer rain.
But the moment must come when Jacob would move his right hand to draw off the lid of the tin box, and then David would sweep the guineas into the hole with the utmost address and swiftness, and immediately seat himself upon them.
Two were fitted with stone lids, the lid of the third rested against the side of the chest, which was open.
Many spare hours he spent, in carving the lid with all manner of grotesque figures and drawings; and it seemed that hereby he was striving, in his rude way, to copy parts of the twisted tattooing on his body.
I expected such a transformation on raising the lid - but I'm better pleased that it should not commence till I share it.
Then he unlocked the copper chest and lifted the lid, and Dorothy saw it was full of shining tools of all sorts and shapes.