LTH

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LTHLunds Tekniska Högskola (University in Lund, Sweden)
LTHLow to High (Blu-ray Disc)
LTHLithuanian (language)
LTHLembaga Tabung Haji (Malay: Fund Board)
LTHLethality (gaming clan)
LTHLearn to Hunt (Wisconsin)
LTHLactogenic Hormone
LTHLength Field
LTHLeft Hand Thread
LTHLuteotropic Hormone
LTHLeeds Teaching Hospital (primary care trust; UK)
LTHLegal Title Holder
LTHLink Theory Holdings (fashion retail; Japan)
LTHLight Towed Howitzer
LTHLepidoptera of Thailand
LTHLittle Three Happiness (Chinese restaurant, Chicago, Illinois)
LTHLicenciaat in de Tandheelkunde (Dutch: Degree in Dentistry; Belgium)
LTHLicence in Theology (academic qualification)
LTHLa Tyrie Héroïque (online game guild)
LTHLinear Time Heuristic (Algorithm)
LTHLetters to Home (band)
LTHLauncher Transport Head
LTHLethality & Target Hardening
LTHLinearized Time-Dependent Hartree
LTHLove, Truth, and Honor (Sigma Nu International Fraternity)
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A cocktail reception took place in honor of the guest Lithuanians.
The donation was arranged through Romualdas Zukauskas, the chairman of the Lithuanian Community in Wales, and the National Language Institute in Lithuania, with help from the Lithuanian Embassy.
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Her report will be delivered to the Lithuanian parliament this week.
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Known formerly as Konigsberg (in German) and Karaliaucius (in Lithuanian), it was given to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin at the end of the World War II by the victorious allies.
The Lithuanian language was instilled surreptitiously by the Catholic clergy and the patriotic nobility.
According to one poll 40 per cent of the Lithuanian population had no clear opinion on the EU and 11 per cent said they had no information about it.
On hand were fifty-five artists, duos, and groups, several of whom exhibited site-specific works: Christian Jankowski asked Lithuanian president Valdas Adamkus questions on art and politics and projected the answers in the main hall of the CAC using display lights that were part of the country's stage equipment for Expo 2000 in Hannover.
The MPs felt that the casual dress and the mobile phones were harming the prestige of the Seym - the Lithuanian Parliament.
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