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LIDOLongitudinal Investigation of Depression Outcomes (comparative health assessment)
LIDOLufthansa Integrated Dispatch Operation
LIDOLeather Industry Department Organisation (Pakistan)
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The warm springs of Matlock Bath - which have been renowned for their "miracle" healing capabilities since the 17th century - circulate constantly throughout the lido.
Manager on duty at Lido Ponty, Brent Bennett, said more than 700 would pass through the doors yesterday.
Another returning hero Chris Hartland, who himself recently arrived back at Lido from Gwent County League side Brynmawr, got the other goal to make it three in two for him.
Crediting their love for the food they serve, Bryan and Roshell have put their confidence in knowing that Lido Cocina Tsina serves only the freshest and tastiest ingredients that will satisfy your Chinese food craving.
Charlotte had been along to Lido Ponty on a few occasions this season and was surprised to become the milestone visitor over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Britain's first pool to be called a lido opened in Edmonton, North London, in 1935, although the country already had several outdoor pools.
However, according to Gigginstown spokesman Eddie O'Leary, a decision on Valseur Lido's festival target will be delayed until as late as possible.
Lido Advisors is a full-service investment advisory firm that manages more than $1 billion dollars in assets for family offices, high-net-worth individuals and institutional clients.
In the UK, the golden age of the lido - which means 'beach' in Italian - is said to have been way back in the 1930s.
On May 2 and 3, Lido will arrive at the Cavalli Club in Fairmont Hotel for two shows.