LOI

(redirected from Length of Interview)
AcronymDefinition
LOILetter of Indemnity (international trade and carriage business)
LOILetter Of Intent
LOILack Of Information
LOIList Of Items
LOILetter of Inquiry
LOILevel of Importance
LOILevel of Independence
LOILoss On Ignition
LOILetter of Invitation
LOILeague of Ireland (Irish soccer league)
LOILine of Inquiry
LOILevel of Intervention
LOIList of Illustrations
LOILack of Intelligence
LOILetter of Investigation
LOILimiting Oxygen Index
LOILocation of Injury (medicine)
LOILaw on Investment (various locations)
LOILimit of Indemnity (insurance)
LOILimit of Identifictation (chemistry)
LOILament of Innocence (video game)
LOILa Oferta Irresistible (Spanish: The Irresistible Offer; Uruguay)
LOILodge of Instruction (Masonic lodge)
LOILevel of Interoperability (various organizations)
LOILoss of Imprinting (oncology)
LOILunar Orbit Insertion
LOILocal Operator Interface
LOILength of Interview (surveys)
LOILack of Interest
LOILevel of Interactivity (software)
LOILife Outreach International
LOILaughing on the Inside
LOILoyal Orange Institution (religious group)
LOILocation of Interest
LOILoss Of Input
LOILimited Over International
LOILeyton Obsessional Inventory
LOILoan Origination Interface (software)
LOILine Oriented Interview (airlines)
LOILetter Of Instruction/Interest
LOILiving Ocean International
LOILending One, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Plaid Cymru's Parliamentary Leader, Elfyn Llwyd, one of two MPs whose complaint to the police initiated the investigation, said, 'Given the unprecedented length of interview to which the Prime Minister was subjected to before Christmas I said at the time that further interviews were likely.
However, thought units and length of interview were not related to each other.
In addition, I propose that scholars whose publications use results of field work be required to indicate (preferable in the same first footnote itself, with full details provided in the data set put on deposit) such relevant information as the dates and location of the field research, the number of persons interviewed, the selection criteria used for respondents, the types of questions asked, the average length of interview time, the source of funding, as well as any other information that would permit duplication of the field research process by other scholars.
As for stretching out the awards section on the night even further, cutting down on the length of interviews would more than counter-balance it especially when the nature of winning means that the same people tend to make a number of podium appearances.