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LITLiterature in Teaching
LITLost in Translation (movie)
LITLife Is Tough
LITLead-In Training
LITLinear Ion Trap
LITLost in Transit (a capella group)
LITLong Island Tea
LITLimerick Institute of Technology (Limerick, Ireland)
LITLogistics Information Technology
LITLocal Income Tax (various locations)
LITLogical Image Technique
LITLindevang (Danish railway station)
LITLocal Implementation Team (UK National Health Service multi-agency teams)
LITLine Item Transfer (finance)
LITLeave-In-Time (packet switching)
LITLittle Rock, AR, USA - Little Rock Regional Airport (Airport Code)
LITLinux Impact Team (Novell)
LITLuther Invitational Tournament (High School Basketball Tournament, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
LITLire Italiana
LITLayered Image Transmission
LITLaboratory of Information Techologies
LITLaboratory for Industrial Toxicology (Belgium)
LITLogic Integrity Test
LITLanguage Integration Testing
LITLead Impression Tool (oil drilling)
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Also in 2003, major movies such as The Last Samurai, Kill Bill (1 & 2), and Lost in Translation have brought a fresh perspective along with renewed interest to Japan, and as a bonus, a boost to Japan tourism.
Best Film Not In The English Language -In This World Best Actor -Bill Murray, Lost In Translation Best Actress -Scarlett Johannsson, Lost In Translation Best Supporting Actor -Bill Nighy, Love Actually Best Supporting Actress -Renee Zellweger, Cold Mountain
In Lost In Translation, it's the turn of Bob Harris (Bill Murray), a Hollywood star on the brink of a mid-life crisis, who agrees to pocket $2 million in exchange for endorsing Santoro Whisky.