LOR

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AcronymDefinition
LORLetter Of Reprimand (military)
LORLord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien)
LORLoss of Revenue
LORL'Osservatore Romano (Italian; Vatican newspaper)
LORLorton (Amtrak station code; Lorton, VA)
LORList of Requirements
LORLevel of Rigor
LORLiga Obrera Revolucionaria (Spanish: Revolutionary Workers League; Bolivia)
LORLearning Object Repository
LORLone Oak Ranch (Texas)
LORLetter of Recommendation
LORLindsey Oil Refinery (UK)
LORLights Out Restore
LORLow Resolution
LORLinux.Org.Ru (website)
LORLeft or Right (multiplayer games to coordinate squad movement)
LORLog Odds Ratio
LORLock Order Reversal
LORLetter Of Resignation
LORLight Output Ratio
LORLight-O-Rama
LORLetter Of Request
LORLine of Response (reconstruction of PET images medical imaging)
LORLoricrin
LORLife of Riley (webcomic)
LORLines of Resolution (surveillance cameras)
LORLoss of Resistance
LORLetter of Reference
LORLength of Residence (demographics)
LORLady of Rage (rap artist)
LORLevel Of Repair
LORLiverpool Overhead Railway (1893-1956)
LORLoss of Redundancy
LORLetter of Representation (legal document)
LORLimit of Reporting
LORLive on Restart
LORLunar Orbital Rendezvous
LORLoan Officer Registration (Michigan)
LORLevel of Responsiveness (emergency medicine and first aid)
LORLife of Ryan (MTV reality show)
LORLepidoptera of Orientalic Region
LORLift-Off Resist (engineering)
LORLocal Orthodox Rabbi
LORLondon Oil Reports (petrochemical industry; UK)
LORLocally-Optimum Rank (detector)
LORLogical Operator Replacement
LORLength of Read (genetics)
LORLeague of Reason (Internet forum)
LORLine Outage Recorder
LORLaing O'Rourke PLC
LORLock-Out Relay (electric power)
LORLimit Order Reconciliation
LORLoan Origination Record
LORLoss of Rents (Commercial Property Insurance)
LORLoral Space and Communications Company (stock symbol)
LORLetter of Requirements
LORLate Orders Received (TL 9000)
LORLevel of Reward
LORLetter of Repair
LORLaunch and Orbit Rising
LORLEC Order Request
LORLikely Operational Range
LORLow-Frequency Omnidirectional Range
LORLimit of Responsibility
LORLanguage Operator Replacement
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00--In this thorough and tightly written work, Pritchard responds to two relatable but distinct central lines of skeptical thought--arguing that the responses are themselves complementary, and indeed that each line of response covers for misgivings one might have about the other.
CETs Home Emergency contact center is the first line of response for home emergency claims for several of the United Kingdoms largest insurers and loss adjusters.
In his new role, Schmitlin will be responsible for the Security and First Line of Response (FLOR) departments for the Channel Tunnel in both the UK and France, including 300 security personnel operational 24/7, 365 days a year.
Nervous people are reassured by bobbies on the beat in our great cities and they are a first line of response should the unimaginable happen here.
The police force has a very diverse and wide-ranging role across every community in New Zealand and they are often the first line of response when things go wrong.
The CyberSec First Responder: Threat Detection and Response course will prepare security professionals to become the first line of response against cyber-attacks by teaching students to analyse threats, design secure computing and network environments, proactively defend networks, and respond to and investigate cybersecurity incidents.
They oftentimes constitute the front line of response," Watkins said.
We want to be a first line of response for predicting conditions rather than them waiting until they have got a disaster on their hands before they call us because we are so far away.
It's 1,500 square feet of vinyl sheeting, Velcro and aluminum framework that, in the event of a dis<302>aster, could become the community's first line of response.
Chunnel chiefs will ditch an agreement with Kent Fire Brigade and their French counterparts to provide the first line of response to tunnel emergencies.
Significantly, the publication highlights the role of regional and so-called third generation early warning systems and the critical need to work with local actors on the ground, both as early warners and as the first line of response.
Before that, Krehel was an IT technical security project leader at Loews Corporation, where he implemented technical security solutions, and was responsible for providing the first line of response for all cases involving the compromise of networking equipment, servers and end user machines.