LIL

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LILLittle
LILLeaders in Luxury (real estate marketing)
LILLeap Into Learning (various locations)
LILLast in Line (band)
LILLoadable Implementation Library
LILLithuanian Airlines (ICAO code)
LILLarge-Ion Lithophile (elements)
LILLow-Level Intermediate Language (computing)
LILLong Island Lizards (lacrosse team)
LILLocal-Into-Local
LILLiving In Leather
LILLunar International Laboratory
LILLibrary Interconnection Language
LILLaugh It Loud
LILLinear Injector for LEP at CERN
LILLocal Interconnection Layer (one of the layers in the fabrication process of semiconductors devices)
LILLighting Impulse Level (electricity)
LILLogistics Information Letter
LILLaw of Iterated Algorithms
LILLocation Inventory Listing
LILLight-Induced Luminescence
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The Muslim Bagh gabbros have variable concentrations of both Large-ion lithophile (LIL) elements (in ppm) such as Ba (7.3-227.5), Rb (1 - 10.2), K (200-6700), Sr (85.5-394.7), Ce (10.9 - 55.9), and HFS-elements like Zr (5.5-71.7), Y (3.3-22.3) and Nb (0.2-5.5).
Trace elements analyses indicate depletion of the Large-ion Lithophile elements (LILE), as compared to the UCC.