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lt

(networking)
The country code for Lithuania.

LT

On drawings, abbr. for light.

LT

(Less Than) See relational operator and ampersand codes.
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Lieut.-Colonel Heywood died soon after taking up the command and he was succeeded by Brevet-Colonel EA Kettlewell, who in turn was followed by Lieut.Colonel Sir HB Hill, Bart., in June 1915.
Now the menu card for the event, signed by Lieut Robinson, is to be sold by auctioneers Tennants at Leyburn in North Yorkshire today, with an estimate of PS60-PS100.
flowers and have been after me poems and have been to me Leefe Robinson On the first patrol over the lines, Lieut Robinson's formation encountered fighters led by Manfred von Richthofen, also known as the Red Baron.
And when project co-ordinator Alan Fidler heard that Cullercoats writer Peter Mortimer was set to travel to Winnipeg, he saw the chance to restore the link between the two halves of Lieut Christie's life.
As a statement of the obvious, that takes some beating, Lieut Dingbat Smith.
Memoirs of Lieut.-General Winfield Scott was originally published in 1864, two years before Scott's death; now both volumes are gathered underneath a single cover with over 65 pages of editor's notes, a bibliography, and an index.
Commanding officer, Lieut Col Andrew Garner, who led the parades, said: "One of our antecedent regiments, the Duke of Wellington's Regiment, recruited very heavily from the West Riding.
Col al-Mazroui and Lieut Col al-Kuwari: safety initiative
Listing the many townsfolk who lost their lives in the two world wars, it has on it two names - Mrs L Sinnatt and Master A Sinnatt - under the heading 'Died in Japanese Concentration Camp.' The Sinnatt family were in Singapore in 1942 when it fell to the Japanese, and Lieut Sinnatt became a prisoner of war, being separated from his wife, a Tenby girl, and his young son and daughter, who were all interned.
AN ACCIDENT on Wednesday resulted in the death of two members of the Royal Flying Corps, Sec Lieut P A Wright, pilot, and Sec Lieut Frank Leslie Garner, observer.