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LDLoad
LDLearning Disabled
LDLong Distance
LDLow Density
LDLethal Dose
LDLabor Day (US holiday)
LDLead
LDLearning Disability
LDLincoln-Douglas Debate
LDLaser Disc
LDLight Duty
LDLegislative District
LDLaser Diode
LDLyme Disease
LDLearning Design
LDLay Down (engine type)
LDLiver Disease
LDLighting Designer (theatre)
LDLower Division (degree plan)
LDLoading Dock
LDLiberal Democrat (UK)
LDLinkage Disequilibrium (genetics)
LDLeak Detection
LDLine Driver
LDLimited Distribution (medications)
LDLocal Directory
LDLow Down (song title)
LDLeonardo Dicaprio (actor)
LDLlandrindod Wells (postcode, United Kingdom)
LDLady Day
LDLower Denomination
LDLamina Dura (radiology)
LDLet's Dance
LDLevodopa
LDLarry David
LDLicensed Dietitian
LDLabor and Delivery
LDLiving Dead (gaming clan)
LDLimit of Detection
LDLine of Duty
LDLaw Degree
LDLoading Dose
LDLiquidated Damages (contracts)
LDLight-Dark Cycle
LDLunar Distance (distance between Earth and the Moon)
LDLast Dose
LDLadder Diagram
LDLipodystrophy
LDLibrary Loader (Unix)
LDLibyan Dinar (unit of currency)
LDLow Definition
LDLifestyle Design
LDLaser-Doppler
LDLocal Distribution
LDLine of Departure
LDLucid Dream
LDLiving Donor
LDLactic Dehydrogenase
LDLand Disposal
LDLighting Director (touring musical acts)
LDLandscape Designer
LDLink Dead (gaming)
LDLegionnaire's Disease
LDLaser Designator
LDLogic Diagram
LDLooper's Delight (music resource)
LDLands Department (Hong Kong)
LDLame Ducks (band)
LDLow Drag
LDLarge Drives (Siemens A&D)
LDLarge Deviation
LDLayer Depth
LDLater Dude
LDLimited Deployment
LDLaboratory Development
LDLemon Demon (band)
LDLoop Disconnect (telecommunications)
LDLong Dwell
LDThe Light Dragoons (a British Regiment)
LDLaunch Director
LDListwise Deletion
LDLow Dermal
LDLogic Driver
LDLabor Doula (childbirth)
LDLAN Destination (ATM)
LDLalbhai Dalpatbhai Arts College (Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India)
LDLine Drawer
LDLittle District
LDLeft Defence
LDLegal Driver
LDLinear Decision
LDLuminescence Detector
LDLight Defense (gaming)
LDLinear Dispersive
LDLoaded Deployability
LDLetter Directive
LDLake Doctor
LDLocate & Destroy
LDLeader Designation
LDLogistic Demonstration
LDLaser Dragoon (Star Kingdoms game)
LDLoser Denial (band)
LDLost Descendant (gaming clan)
LDLocalizer Deviation
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Thus, we made this representation with the BSP to revive its special foreign exchange facility for the conversion of Libyan dinars into pesos as this will certainly help our OFW repatriates," Baldoz said in a statement.
The 1989 budget set aide 150 million Libyan dinars for imports by individuals and partnerships.
announce that the RAF delivered 280 million Libyan dinars to the Central Bank
A rush for dollars by Libyans fleeing the country or seeking a safe haven weakened the Libyan dinar in the black market to as low as 1.90 or 2.00 to the dollar, but the currency later rebounded to about 1.50-1.60 dinars to the dollar after Western powers pledged cash for the rebels.
The cost of these projects is 6.6 million Libyan dinar and come as part of this year cultural projects.
While the former Libyan Dinar bore the effigy of the late Kadhafi, the new carries the Libyan flag and an artistic figure highlighting the various stages of the Libyan Revolution.
Continued overvaluation of the Libyan dinar and the lack of a unified exchange rate badly affected the country's financial position.
Shortly before its closure, the border crossing had already experienced a decline in the arrivals of Libyans in Tunisia, especially those coming to seek treatment because of the financial crisis in Libya due in particular to the devaluation of the Libyan dinar and the lack of liquidity in banks, leading to a sharp deterioration in purchasing power, in addition to the deterioration of the security situation in their country in recent days.
Summary: A central bank set up by Libyan rebels has virtually no reserves, but plans to inject dollars into the economy to prop up the Libyan dinar once funds pledged by Western powers arrive, the rebel economy chief said.
Eleven suspects were arrested and detained during a raid on premises belonging to them and amounts of money in Tunisian dinar and foreign currencies (Libyan dinar and euro), jewellery, 4 unauthorised shot guns and two cars with false registration plates worth 3 million Tunisian dinar, were seized during a the security intervention, according to the same press release.