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LLD

abbr.
Latin Legum Doctor (Doctor of Laws)
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LLD

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Laws
[Latin: Legum Doctor]
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LL.D.

Doctor of Laws.
[< New Latin Lēgum Doctor]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.LLD - an honorary law degree
honorary degree, honoris causa - a degree conferred to honor the recipient
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Translations

LLD

N ABBR (Univ) =Legum Doctor (= Doctor of Laws) → Dr(a). en Dcho
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LLD

abbr of Doctor of LawsDr. jur.
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LLD

[ˌɛlɛlˈdiː] n abbr =Doctor of Lawsdottorato in Giurisprudenza
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The LLD examiners were eminent in their fields and included such luminaries as Sir William Floldsworth, Sir Ivor Jennings and H V Evatt.
According to LLTSTA derivation process in the literature [18], the basic idea of the LLD proposed in this paper is that if the linear transform matrix A of NPP (see (5)) satisfies (10), the ability of discriminate different class of data will be greatly improved.
In 2009-2010 an estimated 94,000 people in Great Britain who had worked in the past year suffered from an LLD caused or made worse by their work.
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LLD is commonly computed as a ratio of mean to initial lumens, where mean lumens are taken to be the lumens produced at 40% of rated life.
Sporting her trademark tousled bed head and fresh face, Sienna played up for the cameras in a black LLD by Emilio Pucci.
The HS cTnT in both patients was less than the LLD; CRP and IL-6 did not exceed the cutoffs, indicating inflammation.
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