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LFDLow-Fat Diet (nutrition)
LFDLetter of Final Determination (US FEMA)
LFDLarge Format Display (monitor)
LFDLive Finger Detection (patent pending technology)
LFDLaufend (German: current)
LFDLoad from Disk
LFDLabeled Diskette File
LFDLoad Factor Design
LFDLoad Floating Point Double
LFDLaboratory for Fluorescence Dynamics (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
LFDLocal File Disclosure (computing)
LFDLeft for Dead (band)
LFDLitho Friendly Design (graphis methodology)
LFDLactose-Free Diet (nutrition)
LFDLithography Friendly Design
LFDLexington Fire Department (Kentucky)
LFDLicensed Funeral Director
LFDLegislative Fiscal Division (Montana)
LFDLouisville Fire Department (Kentucky)
LFDLansing Fire Department (Lansing, MI)
LFDLogin Failure Daemon (firewall issue)
LFDLeading Future Display (Samsung)
LFDLooking for Duo
LFDLeveled Field Density
LFDLinear Finite-Difference
LFDLinear Frequency Drift
LFDLakeland Fire Department (Florida)
LFDLongview Fire Department
LFDLewiston Fire Department (Maine)
LFDLate for Dinner
LFDLast Free Day (freight)
LFDLondonderry Fire Department
LFDLittle Falls Dance (Arlington, VA)
LFDLarge Flat Display
LFDLaser Fiber Defocus
LFDLongitudinal Fuselage Datum
LFDLarge Free Distance
LFDLiz Free Day (Nestle UK)
LFDLast Flown Date
LFDLycée Français de Doha (Qatar school)
LFDLow Flyer Detection
LFDLead for Diversity (New Jersey camp sponsored by the American Conference On Diversity)
LFDLeft for the Day (chat slang)
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Investigating a fuel oil discharge in a suburban neighborhood, Investigator Dan Sullivan was assisted by ECO Jim Rogers, DEC spills technician John Otto, personnel from the Niagara County Health Department, and firefighters from the Lewiston Fire Department. A house-to-house search was conducted and the source was located A homeowner had Dumped 300-400 gallons of fuel oil and water from his underground fuel tank to a sanitary line close to the road.
Taylor, head of a local organization called the Jesus Party, applied for a permit to hold a bonfire in the park but was turned down by the Lewiston Fire Department. Instead, he cut up a Potter book with a pair of scissors and tossed it into a trashcan.