LTM

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LTMListening to Music
LTMLong-Term Management
LTMLimited Time Mode (gaming)
LTMLocal Traffic Manager (telecommunications)
LTMLatest Twelve Months
LTMLife Time Fitness, Inc (Eden Prairie, MN; stock symbol)
LTMLong Term Memory
LTMLast Twelve Months (finance/investing)
LTMLess than Minimum (purchase quantity)
LTMLondon Transport Museum (UK)
LTMLean Tissue Mass
LTMLocal Test Manager
LTMLotus Forms
LTMLong Term Management
LTMLocal Traffic Manager
LTMLong Term Monitoring
LTMLan Traffic Monitor
LTMLoad Transformation Matrix
LTMLie to Me (TV show)
LTMLong-Term Monitoring
LTMLaugh to Myself
LTMLearning through Movement
LTMLanguage Travel Magazine
LTMLong Term Maintenance
LTMLess Than Major
LTMLufthansa Technik Malta (joint venture)
LTMLaughing To Myself
LTMLinear Topic Map Notation
LTMLeica Thread Mount (camera system)
LTMLand Transformation Model
LTMLanguage Training Mission
LTMLiberated to Marry (Quaker religion)
LTMLog Transfer Manager
LTMLateral Translation Mode
LTMLanguage Teaching Methodology (linguistics)
LTMLaser Target Marker
LTMLife Time Maximum (insurance expense)
LTMLearning Team Meeting (education)
LTMLeading Track Maintainer
LTMLittle Theater of Manchester (Manchester, CT)
LTMLow Tide Mark
LTMLove the Madness
LTMLine and Trunk Maintenance
LTMLoss Tracking Module
LTMLow-Trajectory Missile
LTMLogistics Team Member (US DoD)
LTMLine Terminating Multiplex
LTMLong Term Missionary
LTMLicentiate in Textile Manufacturing
LTMLife Table Model
LTMLate Thursday Morning (band)
LTMLogical Technical Model (computing)
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The Duke's Irish agent Michael Penruddock told the council the Duke owns the Blackwater's `ground soil and bottom' from the low tide mark.
Scientists haven't yet identified the bug which leaves an orange patch underneath black sludge at the low tide mark of steel piles.
At the extreme low tide mark you might find lobsters, large edible crabs, sea urchins, starfish and the beautiful dahlia anemone nestling amongst the kelp.
The foreshore was thought to belong to the Crown which leased the land between the high and low tide mark to the county council.
For example, some Welsh local authorities can grant permission for structures below low tide mark with the Welsh Assembly Government regulating issues such as fisheries, tourism and conservation.
"As they are due to rising water and are between the high and low tide marks there is little that we can do to alleviate the situation, however we will be monitoring the areas closely."