and the $152 million Land of Lincoln CU in Decatur, Ill.
What does LOL stand for?
LOL stands for Land of Lincoln
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We have 69 other meanings of LOL in our Acronym Attic
- Luchtmacht Officiers en Kader School (The Netherlands)
- Landelijk Ondersteuningsinstituut Kunstzinnige Vorming (Dutch: Rural Ondersteuningsinstituut Artistic Training)
- Labels or Love (song by Fergie)
- Labor of Love
- Lack of Laughter (less common)
- Lack of Love (game)
- Ladies of Lallybroch
- Lady of the Lake
- Land O' Lakes
- Land of Legends (Canandaigua Speedway, New York)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Land of Lincoln subjects nonresidents to two lotteries each year--one for archery and one for firearms.
COLUMN: IN OUR OPINION In the end, Wisconsin Democrats' three-week sojourn in the Land of Lincoln couldn't win their state's civil war over public employee unions.
Election Day in the Land of Lincoln mirrored the rest of the country for statewide races.
James King, president and chief executive officer, Community Redevelopment Group, Cincinnati, Ohio Elsie Meeks, executive director, First Nations Oweesta Corporation, Kyle, South Dakota Benjamin Robinson III, president and chief executive officer, Innovative Risk Solutions, LLC, Charlotte, North Carolina Diane Thompson, supervising attorney, Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc.
Give credit, then, to the enterprising and audacious Illinois pols described in Joe Bob Briggs' "Socialized Gambling" (page 16) After years of tightly regulating casinos, officials in the Land of Lincoln have now decided they want to own and operate them instead.
After winning the Miss Land of Lincoln contest earlier this year, Miss Harold reportedly considered foregoing the next step on the road to Miss America, believing that judges were unlikely to choose an outspoken conservative and abstinence advocate as Miss Illinois.
Byline: Lee Condon Daily News Staff Writer Illinois may be the Land of Lincoln, but the spirit of the nation's 16th president was alive and well Saturday in Burbank, where the Association of Lincoln Presenters held its annual convention.