LLD


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AcronymDefinition
LLDDoctor of Laws
LLDLast Line of Defence (gaming clan)
LLDLamb Lies Down on Broadway (band Genesis album/tour)
LLDLearning Lab Denmark
LLDLeft Lateral Decubitus
LLDLipid-Lowering Drug
LLDLeg Length Discrepancy
LLDLower Limit of Detection
LLDLow Level Design
LLDLamp Lumen Depreciation (light loss measurement)
LLDLeadless Diode
LLDLanguage Learning Disability
LLDLower Level of Detection
LLDLiquor Licensing Division (Australia)
LLDLodge Leadership Development
LLDLower Limb Discrepancy (medical condition)
LLDLight Limited Duty (US Navy)
LLDLife Long Dream
LLDLegum Doctor (Latin: Doctor of Laws)
LLDLow-Level Dose
LLDLow-Loss Dielectric Material
LLDLow-Level Discriminator
LLDLarge Lot Division (zoning)
LLDLow Level Dueling (gaming)
LLDLearning-Language Disabilities (education)
LLDLupus-Like Disease
LLDLow Level Discrete (command type)
LLDLow Level Document
LLDLabeled Let Down (skate team)
LLDLondon Landlords’ Day (UK)
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A retrospective study of the radiographs of 106 chiropractic patients reported that more than half of those with LLD of 6 mm or more also had scoliosis or an abnormal degree of lumbar lordosis, indicating abnormal weight bearing in the joints of the lumbar spine.
In March 1945, the faculty approved his LLD thesis topic.
Besides the input and output of LLD, kernel parameter q also should be considered as for KLLD's input.
At early stage of elongation 3132, LLD along with by 4201 shows a high strength which is probably due to a large fraction of linear chains (either higher or medium molecular weight).
LLD is based on the lumen depreciation curve for the LED product being considered at a defined drive current and operating temperature.
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Figure 1, B, shows that the percentage of HS cTnT values greater than the LLD was significantly lower in the group without cardiomyopathy (5%) compared with patients with mild or moderate cardiomyopathy (31%; P < .001) and with patients in the severe cardiomyopathy group (50%; P < .001).
Therefore, her LLD was considered to be quiescent and other causes for her anaemia were sought.
More than 80% of students with special needs have language-learning disabilities (LLD; Catts & Kamhi, 1999; Kavale & Reese, 1992; Stone, Silliman, Ehren, & Apel, 2004), and more than 20% of these students will have a lifelong challenge in learning to read (Lyon, 1998).
The Five Standards are: (1) Joint Productive Activity (JPA); (2) Language and Literacy Development (LLD); (3) Contextualization: Connecting School to Students' Lives (CTX); (4) Challenging Activities (CA); and (5) Instructional Conversation (IC).
The Cure is an LED hand piece used to harden resin or composite used by dentists and orthodontists The Cure uses an LLD light for the purpose of curing resin and composites.
She was being presented with a Doctor of Laws (LLD) by the University of Dundee.