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AcronymDefinition
LTLieutenant
LTLuxury Touring (automotive model/feature)
LTLink Text (message boards)
LTLight
LTLeft
LTLaptop
LTLot
LTLaut (German: according to)
LTLesotho
LTLake Tahoe (California/Nevada)
LTLong-Term
LTLong-Time
LTLess Than (computer math)
LTLeicester
LTLithuania (ISO Country Identifier)
LTLess Than or equal to (computer math)
LTLogitech
LTLocal Time
LTLow Temperature
LTLife Threatening
LTLight Truck
LTLeutnant (German: second lieutenant)
LTLead Time
LTLeft Turn (Hyper Logo Turtle graphics command)
LTLunch Time
LTLook Through (Intelligent Jammers)
LTLanding Team
LTLatching
LTLeadership Team
LTLinear Technology
LTLooney Tunes
LTLight Trucks
LTLote (Portuguese: lot; postal usage)
LTLandtag (Legislative Body, Austria, Europe)
LTLeft Tackle (football)
LTLight Tank
LTLong Trail
LTLondon Transport
LTLetter of Transmittal
LTLine Type (AutoCAD)
LTLeukotriene
LTLength of Track
LTLong Ton
LTLight Traffic
LTLive Training
LTLaplace Transform (mathematics)
LTLinear Transformation (linear algebra)
LTLawrence Taylor (football player)
LTLazytown (TV series)
LTL-Tryptophan (amino acid)
LTLearning Technologies (various organizations)
LTLas Trampas (California)
LTLow Testosterone
LTLake Terminal Railroad Company
LTLecture Theatre
LTLinus Torvalds (developer/author of the Linux Kernel)
LTLevel Transmitter
LTLeak Testing
LTLucent Technologies
LTLow Tension
LTLong Tour
LTLong Text
LTLatest Thinking
LTLine Terminal
LTLast Trade (or trading day)
LTLady of the Thistle
LTLimited Term
LTLead Technician
LTLatent Trait
LTLower Tray
LTLindsay Taylor (basketball)
LTLakeland Terrier
LTLogical Topology
LTLive Trend
LTLadanian Tomlinson (football player)
LTLaundry Tray
LTLiquid Thinking (web integration, design and consulting company)
LTLogic Theory
LTLimited Too (store)
LTLashkar-e-Tayyiba (Kashmiri-focused militant group)
LTLong Transverse (raw metal piece width)
LTLung Transplantation
LTLarge Tug (US Army)
LTLiner Terms (shipping)
LTLeadership Trainer
LTLost Temple (gaming)
LTLatina, Lazio (Italian province)
LTLodge Treasurer (Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America)
LTLaGrande Technology (Intel)
LTLorentz Transformation
LTLorien Trust
LTLifetap (MMORPG games)
LTLast Telecast
LTLiteFuze Transformer
LTLos Alamos Technical Associates
LTLufttransport AS (Norway)
LTLactate Threshhold
LTLong-Range Transmitter
LTLockout/Tagout Training
LTLaser Trooper (Star Kingdoms game)
LTLoudest Talker (voice conferencing algorithm)
LTLinetroll (Fault Passage Indicator; Nortroll AS, Norway)
LTLON-Talk Protocol
LTTurn Left After Takeoff
LTLubrication Threads (SAE)
LTLamar Transform
References in periodicals archive ?
Once work on the planned new cruise line terminal is finished, it will be part of a development that will include passenger lounges, passport control, car parking, and cargo handling facilities, among many others.
As demand increases, Rangeland expects to construct a 10-inch, bi-directional pipeline to connect the State Line Terminal to the RIO Hub, near Loving, NM.
The line terminal is responsible for the set up and control of the line devices via its own industrial network (eg TCP/IP, Serial).
The line terminal is responsible for the set-up and control of the line devices via its own industrial network (eg TCP/IP, Serial).
Xtera's contract with Global Crossing is to provide new capacity using the Xtera NXT next generation Submarine Line Terminal Equipment (SLTE) with 20 Gbit/s Differential Phase Shift Technology (DPSK).
The practice of design and construction of HV transformer windings to withstand effects of surge voltages with steep fronts appearing at its line terminal has been to provide a surge voltage distribution controlling ring at line end which is also called as static end ring.
Bahrain Duty Free has signed two agreements - one to operate to operate the new Cruise Line Terminal at the new Hidd Port which is due to commence on June 1 and another to operate two small shops in the US Navy Base in Bahrain.
The Alphion GPON product family consists of the state-of-the-art optical line terminal, optical network terminals, and passive optical splitters.
I HAVE just read about the fiasco at the cruise line terminal at Langton Dock.
The Fujitsu device, called the submarine dense wavelength division multiplexer line terminal equipment, will be installed at 39 onshore stations in 12 countries, including China, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Greece, Italy and Portugal.
From the on-line edition of the San Francisco Chronicle on the proposal to build an exact replica of the Titanic and dock it at the cruise line terminal at Pier 35 in San Francisco: "The estimated $150 million project would include the construction of a ship 860-feet long with ninety-four-foot beam, featuring five decks of `luxurious' staterooms, an indoor swimming pool, an observation platform, and the recreation of the original ship's bridge, captain's cabin, and wireless cabin."