LSIR

AcronymDefinition
LSIRLevel of Service Inventory - Revised
LSIRLocation-Specific Individual Risk (insurance)
LSIRLimb-Scanning Infrared Radiometer
LSIRLanguage Standards Information Repository (Telcordia)
LSIRLow Ship Impact Ranging
LSIRLogic and the Simulation of Interaction and Reasoning (Symposium)
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In fact, over the course of the interview, some of the case managers who initially said the LSIR was useless nonetheless identified some way in which they applied it.
lSir Thomas Pilkington is to take over as senior steward of the Jockey Club when Lord Hartington's term of office ends next year.
lSir Paul Fox will succeed JJ Warr as chairman of the Racecourse Association.
lSir Noel Murless is elected to the Jockey Club along with Tony Bethell, Sam Collingwood Cameron and Lord Fairhaven.
lSir Edward Hanmer, whose Royal Frolic (Fred Rimell) won the Cheltenham Gold Cup last year, dies at the age of 83.
lSir Mark Prescott has his first Group winner in Britain when Chicmond (George Duffield) gets the better of Seattle Rhyme (David Elsworth/Pat Eddery) in the Solario at Sandown.
lSir Montagu (Ryan Price/Willie Carson) romps away with the Ebor Handicap at York, for which he starts 11-4 favourite, beating Alverton (Peter Easterby/Mark Birch) by eight lengths.
lSir Montagu (Barry Hills) is a best priced 7-2 for the big handicap, with Lane Court (Dermot Weld) at twice that price and 12-1 bar.
lSir Mark Prescott declares that Mandalus (George Duffield) is the "best two-year-old I have ever trained" after the colt beats Sealed Brief (Neil Adam/Johnny Seagrave) in the juvenile maiden at Nottingham.
lSir John Wheeler, chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee on racing, forecasts that within two years we shall have Sunday racing and betting shops allowed to open in the evenings.
lSir Ian Trethowan, who has been chairman of the Levy Board since 1982 and was also Director General of the BBC, dies at the age of 68 after a long illness.
lSir Guy Cunard, whose total of 268 point winners puts him behind only David Turner in that sphere, dies at the age of 77.