LOI

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AcronymDefinition
LOILetter of Indemnity (international trade and carriage business)
LOILetter Of Intent
LOILack Of Information
LOIList Of Items
LOILetter of Inquiry
LOILevel of Importance
LOILevel of Independence
LOILoss On Ignition
LOILetter of Invitation
LOILeague of Ireland (Irish soccer league)
LOILine of Inquiry
LOILevel of Intervention
LOIList of Illustrations
LOILack of Intelligence
LOILetter of Investigation
LOILimiting Oxygen Index
LOILocation of Injury (medicine)
LOILaw on Investment (various locations)
LOILimit of Indemnity (insurance)
LOILimit of Identifictation (chemistry)
LOILament of Innocence (video game)
LOILa Oferta Irresistible (Spanish: The Irresistible Offer; Uruguay)
LOILodge of Instruction (Masonic lodge)
LOILevel of Interoperability (various organizations)
LOILoss of Imprinting (oncology)
LOILunar Orbit Insertion
LOILocal Operator Interface
LOILength of Interview (surveys)
LOILack of Interest
LOILevel of Interactivity (software)
LOILife Outreach International
LOILaughing on the Inside
LOILoyal Orange Institution (religious group)
LOILocation of Interest
LOILoss Of Input
LOILimited Over International
LOILeyton Obsessional Inventory
LOILoan Origination Interface (software)
LOILine Oriented Interview (airlines)
LOILetter Of Instruction/Interest
LOILiving Ocean International
LOILending One, Inc.
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Their lives, actions and continued achievements allow us to dispel some of the myths about the loyal Orange institution down through the centuries.
Although an "Orange" movement probably had its launch in local rural conflict of the late eighteenth century, the author quite reasonably considers the Loyal Orange Institution that was recruited as yeomanry to fight the 1798 rebellion and would develop into a Protestant organization of several denominations by the time of 1912 to 1923.
The memorial garden, to commemorate late members of the Liverpool province of the Loyal Orange Institution of England, was established in 1996.
TRIBUTE Members of the Loyal Orange Institution of England lay flowers at the memorial to PC Yvonne Fletcher who was shot dead outside the Libyan Embassy in London in 1984
But the council agreed to a march in the morning by the Midlothian District Loyal Orange Institution of Scotland.
Minute investigation of the reports and rule books of the Loyal Orange Institution of England would have enabled him to compile annual returns of membership by province and district, instead of lamenting that 'a complete picture cannot be drawn' as a result of the patchy survival of Lodge rolls (p.
The data much of this study is based upon derives from an attitudinal survey designed to elicit the background and attitudes of a sample of members of the Loyal Orange Institution of Scotland.
Today, the Loyal Orange Institution of Scotland is made up of four Orange-defined county areas: Ayrshire, Glasgow, Central Scotland and the East of Scotland.
The Midlands Provincial Grand Lodge of the Loyal Orange Institution of England applied to the city to hold its annual Drumhead Service and Parade in Perry Hall Playing Fields this June.
Orange Order Grand Master Robert Saulters, the Grand Master of the Independent Loyal Orange Institution George Dawson and the Sovereign Grand Master of the Royal Black Institution William Logan appealed to their community to help the police investigation.
The Grandmaster of the Loyal Orange Institution, Ian Wilson, has told members they will need fight to the "tide of green corruption" if there is a Yes vote.