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Synonyms for LLD

an honorary law degree

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The degree of LLD required to reach clinical significance has also remained controversial.
(65) One unfortunate LLD candidate, the Newcastle solicitor and author Basil Helmore, had his topic approved in 1936 and submitted his thesis in 1940.
To find the right nearest neighbor point in the LLD algorithm, using the Floyd algorithm can effectively avoid the problem of mixing different types of data samples.
4201 and LLD behave similarly as they can be considered to have a linear structure that is in accordance to their lower shear thinning behavior (Fig, 1).
If the owner planned to replace the system at 50,000 hours, then it might be argued that a LLD of greater than 0.70 could be employed by moving up along the lumen depreciation curve.
Ladylike but not too stuffy, the LLD is perfect for the forthcoming Christmas party season and is a refreshing twist on the simple LBD (Little Black Dress).
Using the conventional cTnT assay (LLD, 10 ng/L = 99th percentile of the reference population), cTnT values greater than the LLD were found in only 2 patients of the CM group, whereas the control subjects and all other patients were cTnT negative.
A 76-year-old woman with a 9-year history of LLD (positive antinuclear antibody (ANA), raised erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) and arthralgia) presented to her local hospital with arthralgia and fatigue.
Dr Mirza Ahmad LLD (Hon), MBA, LLM, Barrister Chief Legal Officer, Birmingham City Council, Ingleby House, 11-14 Cannon Street,
Miceal Ledwith, DD, LLD & Klaus Heinemann, Ph.D,
Ms Clwyd received the Doctor of Laws (LLD) degree from the University of Wales Trinity College, Carmarthen, for her political career and work as a human rights campaigner.
Jackman, C.M., K.ST.J., LLD, then the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.
For the most part, upper-elementary students with language-learning disabilities (LLD) have not been included in the many regional and state initiatives to improve reading achievement and instruction.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (LEA; Mahwah, NJ), a producer of academic and professional books and journals, will begin the publication of Language Learning and Development (LLD) with an issue in January.
The rise in internal [Ca.sup.2+] coupled with a decrease in [K.sup.+] currents is putatively responsible for the enhanced long-lasting depolarization (LLD) shown in Hermissenda type B-cell photoreceptors to be associated with memory acquisition.