LORT

AcronymDefinition
LORTLeague of Resident Theatres
LORTLeague of Regional Theatres
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Yaren Lort's body was sent to the yzmir Council of Forensic Medicine (ATK) for an autopsy.
In Njai Alimah (Oei 491), the conversations between Encik Amat, the jewel trader and Lort, the Dutch administrator, and the factory owner's wife who is Dutch, are in Melajoe Tionghoa, but only between themselves.
Washington-Baltimore now has five LORT houses, more than any other metropolitan area in the country.
John Lort Stokes was a mate aboard the Beagle when Darwin sailed on it from 1831 to 1836.
And though there are hundreds of black theater operations in America, only one, New Brunswick, N.J.'s Crossroads Theatre, has achieved the major-league status of operating with the collectively bargained League of Resident Theatre (LORT) contract with the actors' union, Actors' Equity Association.
On 27 February 1977, Richard Farmer, author of the influential Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare (1767) and Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, wrote to Michael Lort on the subject of the Rowley Controversy.
Newcastle-based group Colour designed it, with inspiration for the planters taken from the Lort Burn, a stream which used to flow downhill to the Tyne.
And Equity's LORT (League of Resident Theatres) Contract, from the consortium of some of the nation's largest nonprofit theatres, is set to expire Feb.
The Lort Burn runs from Castle Leazes into the lake at Leazes Park and continues to the junction of Grainger and Market streets, where it meets the Lam Burn, which has its source in the Gallowgate area.
John Lort Stokes was a mate aboard HMS Beagle when Darwin sailed on it from 1831 to 1836.