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LTFLiver Function Test
LTFLife Time Fitness
LTFLong Training Field (wireless communications)
LTFLanguage Translation Facility
LTFLight Transmission Factor (optometry)
LTFLimited Term Faculty (various universities)
LTFLightning Training Flight (aircraft; UK)
LTFLocal Transportation Fund
LTFLearning to Fly
LTFLoyal to Family
LTFLoan to Facilitate
LTFLost to Follow-Up (testing)
LTFLong Term Fund (investing)
LTFListening to Fear (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
LTFLogistics Task Force
LTFLife Time Friend
LTFLegislative Task Force
LTFLight the Fire
LTFLine Trunk Frame (telecommunications)
LTFLead the Fleet (US DoD program)
LTFLanguage-Trait Focused (linguistic)
LTFLargest Task First (scheduling strategy)
LTFLeap to Frogans
LTFLong Term Forecast
LTFLaying the Foundation, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
LTFLow Temperature Facilities
LTFLong Term Facility (hospitals)
LTFLung Transplant Foundation (Raleigh, NC)
LTFLackland Training Facility
LTFLong Term Fatigue
LTFLook, Tone and Feel
LTFLocal Training Flight
LTFLong-Term Fix
LTFLiquid Tight Fitting (connector)
LTFLatest Thinking Forecast (project or budget revisions)
LTFLive the Fourth (Kairos retreats)
LTFLebanese Taekwondo Federation
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Music in the Horror Film: Listening to Fear. Edited by Neil Lerner.
The delegates maintain their spirit by making light of the insults and myths that are hurled their way: "You are self-hating Jews/there is no such thing as the Palestinian people/ send them to Live in Jordan/the land of Israel was unoccupied when we arrived," and "How about Tibet or Darfur, why pick on us?" But they speak of victories too--the slow opening of eyes, respectful meetings in at least some synagogues, listening to fears rather than just engaging in self-righteous finger-wagging, and organizing eye-opening trips of young North American Jews to the West Bank to see the realities of life for Palestinians in dealing with checkpoints and the many other indignities and brutalities of life under occupation.
Listening to fears about the intersection of babies and markets, it is easy to forget that bearing a child is always costly.