LCL


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AcronymDefinition
LCLLocal
LCLLess than Container Load
LCLLe Crédit Lyonnais (France)
LCLLateral Collateral Ligament
LCLLight Center Length
LCLLoblaw Companies Limited (food retailer; Canada)
LCLLossless Codec Library
LCLLower Confidence Limit
LCLLower Control Limit
LCLlymphoblastoid cell line
LCLLoeb Classical Library
LCLLifted Condensation Level (meteorology)
LCLLongitudinal Conversion Loss
LCLLibrary Computer Lab (various schools)
LCLLiving the Country Life (magazine)
LCLLife-Cycle Logistics
LCLLateral Canthal Line
LCLLazarus Component Library
LCLLess than Car Load
LCLLink Connect Liquid
LCLLos Cuarenta Ladrones (Spanish: The Forty Thieves; comics)
LCLLorentz Casimir Lyceum (Eindhoven, Netherlands high school)
LCLLunar Cargo Lander
LCLLiberal and Country League (Australia)
LCLLove Comes Later
LCLLow Carbohydrate Lager (beer)
LCLLatching Current Limiter
LCLLan Clan Leipzig (German gaming clan)
LCLLowest Charge Level (medical billing)
LCLLanding Craft Logistic
LCLLeft Collateral Ligament
LCLLinear-Conjugate-Linear (receiver)
LCLLabour Congress of Liberia
LCLLouisville Cardinals for Life
LCLLong Continuous Load (electrical load schedules)
LCLLasting Customer Loyalty
LCLLa Costa Limousine (Carlsbad, CA)
LCLLocal Control Level
LCLLocal Checklist
LCLLow Calorie Lager (beer)
LCLLoose Control Lager (beer)
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Speaking at the LCL bike ride launch event, director of corporate development at Merseytravel, Liz Chandler, said: "We are pleased to be a part of the LCL bike ride again for its 25th year, offering cyclists a unique opportunity to ride through Liverpool's iconic Mersey Tunnels.
This pathology was caused by the displaced and malunited lateral epicondyle, including the entire insertion of the LCL and the extensors, which contribute to stability of the lateral side of the elbow [2].
Generalized closed-loop control schemes with embedded virtual impedances for voltage source converters with LC or LCL filters.
Among the numerous lateral structures of the knee, the lateral (fibular) collateral ligament (LCL), popliteus tendon (PT) and popliteofibular ligament (PF) are the key structures for posterolateral stability (LaPrade et al.).
Reflecting the accelerated change in the logistics market driven by food e-commerce in particular, a new section about LCL (less than container loads) shipping has also been added to the conference programme.
BANGKOK, May 12, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - JWD InfoLogistics PCL (SET: JWD), a leading supplier of a full range of land-based logistics services, expressed confidence of a recovery in the second half year, and that its hazardous goods storage and management, active automotive management and cross-border cargo transport businesses will enable it to record the 2016 results that are as impressive as the previous year's results, despite the Q1 revenue contraction due to renovation of the automotive parts storage and distribution site at Laem Chabang port to turn it into a chemical supply chain centre and an LCL consolidation hub, and to the volumes of imported and exported hazardous goods and chemicals which were lower in January and February and did not pick up till March.
* JPN Properties LCL, led by Bill Mitchell, acquired the 0.85-acre Arkansas Dentistry & Braces development at 2901 Warden Road for $2 million from Haag-Brown Development LLC of Jonesboro.
In 2011/12, a high level decision was taken to amalgamate Sri Lanka Cement Corporation (SLCC) with Lanka Cement Limited (LCL).
Low Carbon Lighting (LCL), which manufactures LED lighting solutions for a range of industries, will begin exporting its products to Ireland, Abu Dhabi and Kenya.
It is understood the 25-year-old damaged the lateral collateral ligament (LCL) in his left knee during Thursday's 1-1 Europa League quarter-final first-leg draw in Dortmund.