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LNLane
LNLincoln (postcode, United Kingdom)
LNLoan
LNLast Name
LNLight Novel
LNLine Number
LNLine to Neutral
LNLike New
LNLogarithm (Natural)
LNLiaison
LNLotus Notes
LNLymph Node
LNLaguna Niguel (California city)
LNLightning Network
LNLiquid Nitrogen
LNLaan (Dutch: lane)
LNLocal National
LNLexisNexis (online legal research tool)
LNLeinen
LNLicensed Nutritionist
LNLibyan Arab Airlines (IATA code)
LNLawrence North (High School)
LNLa Nina
LNLeague of Nations (predecessor to United Nations)
LNLearning Network (USACE)
LNLega Nord (Italian: Northern League, political party)
LNLithium Niobate
LNLead Nation (US DoD)
LNLocal Nation(s)
LNLanguage Neutral (Microsoft Windows programming)
LNLoad Number
LNLeslie Nielsen (actor)
LNLawful Neutral (gaming)
LNLeonard Nimoy (actor)
LNAdministrative Leave
LNLevel of Noise
LNLarry Niven (Author)
LNLink Utility
LNLegalman (USN Rating)
LNLocation and Navigation
LNLittle Nickel (newspaper, Washington)
LNLiga Nord (Northern League)
LNLolita Nation
LNLogarithm, Napierian
LNLocal Occupation (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
LNLotería Nacional Para La Asistencia Pública (México)
LNLogistics Need
LNJamahirya Libyan Arab Airlines (IATA airline code)
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Your neighbours might not be aware that their behaviour is affecting you and they might simply will comply with your request to bring down the level of noise. But if the noise levels remain unchanged or increase, you will have no choice but to make the complaint formally to the local authority Environmental Health department, the landlord of the property, or call the police.
The city council con-firmed it had received "numerous complaints about the level of noise from some buskers, including Mr Scott".
A series of recommendations were given on how the level of noise could be reduced including closing windows, installing air conditioning, removing the speakers off the wall, creating a false ceiling, or simply keeping the noise to an acceptable and agreed level.
Machines are used to calculate the level of noise from a certain area, normally within 24 hours.
On appeal, lawyers for the company argued that the decision was wrong since other neighbours, who gave written statements saying the level of noise had had little or no impact on them, had not been called at the trial last year.
Heathrow airport's forthcoming Fly Quiet initiative will see airlines that use the facility ranked by the level of noise that their aircraft produce.
"A moderate level of noise not only enhances creative problem-solving but also leads to a greater adoption of innovative products in certain settings," said Professor Mehta.
Deacon Everton Lewis-Gordon and pastor Sean Samuel appeared before magistrates in Nottingham last month charged with noise nuisance after residents complained to the council about the level of noise coming from services at New Generation Church in Basford, in the city.
The test drivers recognised the new Rio for its nimble handling, smooth transmission and relatively low level of noise for a subcompact.
It has become a fashion among youngsters to modify cars to produce a very high level of noise which easily shakes the doors, windows and alarm systems of parked vehicles.
The junior school for 3 to 11-year olds has since applied for retrospective planning permission after a number of residents complained about the "unacceptable" level of noise from the artificial grass pitch used for football, hockey and other sports.
The workers had feared that the government was planning to raid their pension fund, in part to compensate those who live near the airport and have complained about the high level of noise. The daily cited Israeli media as saying that incoming flights would be allowed to land but no services, such as baggage or security, would be given to outgoing flights, effectively grounding all flights.