LCL

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LCLLocal
LCLLess than Container Load
LCLLe Crédit Lyonnais (France)
LCLLateral Collateral Ligament
LCLLight Center Length
LCLLoblaw Companies Limited (food retailer; Canada)
LCLLossless Codec Library
LCLLower Confidence Limit
LCLLower Control Limit
LCLlymphoblastoid cell line
LCLLoeb Classical Library
LCLLifted Condensation Level (meteorology)
LCLLongitudinal Conversion Loss
LCLLibrary Computer Lab (various schools)
LCLLiving the Country Life (magazine)
LCLLife-Cycle Logistics
LCLLateral Canthal Line
LCLLazarus Component Library
LCLLess than Car Load
LCLLink Connect Liquid
LCLLos Cuarenta Ladrones (Spanish: The Forty Thieves; comics)
LCLLorentz Casimir Lyceum (Eindhoven, Netherlands high school)
LCLLunar Cargo Lander
LCLLiberal and Country League (Australia)
LCLLove Comes Later
LCLLow Carbohydrate Lager (beer)
LCLLatching Current Limiter
LCLLan Clan Leipzig (German gaming clan)
LCLLowest Charge Level (medical billing)
LCLLanding Craft Logistic
LCLLeft Collateral Ligament
LCLLinear-Conjugate-Linear (receiver)
LCLLabour Congress of Liberia
LCLLouisville Cardinals for Life
LCLLong Continuous Load (electrical load schedules)
LCLLasting Customer Loyalty
LCLLa Costa Limousine (Carlsbad, CA)
LCLLocal Control Level
LCLLocal Checklist
LCLLow Calorie Lager (beer)
LCLLoose Control Lager (beer)
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Frank Cole Babbitt, Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP (Loeb Classical Library), 1931.
Cook and Hugh Tredennick, Loeb Classical Library, London, Harvard.
Still, as in a Loeb Classical Library volume, the juxtaposition of original text and modern English translation in the present edition can help a beginner quickly establish initial contact with the original.
Hugh Lloyd-Jones, Loeb Classical Library (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1956).
Of special interest are new editions of Isocrates, one in three volumes for the Loeb Classical Library and another published in the University of Texas's Oratory of Classical Greece series.
For decades, the Loeb Classical Library published watered-down versions of Greek and Roman texts, only to reverse itself after the 1960s and put back in the dirty words of Aristophanes and others.
Fowler's Loeb Classical Library translation of Plato's Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo, Phaedrus, published in 1923, has the signature "Owen Barfield 1927" on the front endpaper.
Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1959: 115-117.
Wright, The Works of the Emperor Julian 1, Loeb Classical Library (London: William Heinemann, 2002), 412-13, with substitution of the unanimous reading of the manuscripts.
Walter Miller, Loeb Classical Library (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1938), 68, 96 (trans, mine).
(1938) Complete collection in ten volumes (The Loeb Classical Library) by Gaius Plinius Secundus Pliny the Elder: Pliny.
Plato, volume 7, Timaeus, Critias, Cleitophon, Menexenus, Epistles (Loeb Classical Library).