L1

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AcronymDefinition
L1Level 1 (cache on or near processor die)
L1Native Language
L1Layer 1 (physical/electrical interface)
L1Link 1 (GPS, aviation)
L1League 1 (English football league)
L1Leave One
L1Lower One (business/investing; science)
L1Language One (native language)
L1GPS Frequency (1575.42 MHz)
L1LineOne (UK ISP)
L1Local Interconnect
L1First Sun-Earth Libration (Lagrange) Point
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However, with the idea of Euro 2012 star Debuchy already capturing the imagination of many United supporters, the idea of having French internationals Cabaye, Debuchy and Hatem Ben Arfa in their starting lineone.
These included negotiating the sale of shareholdings in internet service provider, LineOne, to Tiscali
The complainant challenged whether the service was 'unlimited' because LineOne had asked him to significantly reduce his usage.
Taking control of LineOne with immediate effect, Tiscali will pay Euro 20 million in cash for the group and the remaining Euro 80 million in shares.
An e-tailing alliance has been formed between LineOne, Liberty, Argos and HMV.
Launch editor of the Daily Record and Sunday Mail online-the UK's first tabloid internet newspaper in 1994-he subsequently joined News International/BT where he helped the launch of consumer internet portal LineOne.
The service, Planet Psion, was launched in conjunction with the internet service provider (ISP) LineOne, a joint venture between United News & Media and British Telecommunications plc.
The company UK was launched in July 2001 following the acquisitions of Liberty Surf, World Online and LineOne.
Yesterday the Italian ISP, which bought its way into the market with LineOne, World Online, X-Stream, Tiny Online and LibertySurf, became the first ISP to offer free downloadable music thanks to a long-standing deal with Peter Gabriel's OD2.
1bn and is now preparing to integrate its three UK ISPs - LineOne, World Online and Liberty Surf - into one operation under the name Tiscali UK.
The offer comes in response to the recent news concerning AltaVista, Lineone and Breath's much publicised cancellation of scheduled Internet services.
London, UK virtual internet service provider LineOne Ltd launched an offensive yesterday against AOL Europe, in the light of its launch of subscription-free service Netscape Online (see separate story).