6 in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, the study was based on the long-term drinking behavior of more than 39,000 people who began drinking alcohol in the 1970s, when some states had legal drinking ages as young as 18.
What does LDA stand for?
LDA stands for Legal Drinking Age
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We have 248 other meanings of LDA in our Acronym Attic
- Launch and Deployment Authority
- Launch Deployment Assembly
- Lead Development Agent/Agency
- Leadership Analysis (CIA office)
- Leadership Development Academy
- Leading Dimension of the Array
- Learning Disabilities Association
- Left Displaced Abomasum
- Left Displacement of Abomasum
- Legal Document Assistant
- Letterman Digital Arts Ltd. (San Francisco, CA)
- Libertà d'Azione (Freedom of Action Party, Italy)
- Liga Deportiva Alajuelense (Costa Rica football club)
- Light Double Action (semiautomatic pistols)
- Lightweight Decontamination Apparatus
- Limitada (Portuguese; similar to Limited Liability Company)
- Limited Deployment Authorization
- Limited Depository Account
- Line Driver Amplifier
- Linear Danger Area (military)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the researchers however, changing the legal drinking age is not the answer.
Bartab is a mobile application that offers legal drinking age consumers a way to send and receive electronic coupons redeemable for real $1 drinks at local bars and restaurants with their mobile phone.
Britain was 13th in 2007 in terms of the amount of wine drunk per year per person of legal drinking age, at 27.
The call to consider reducing the legal drinking age from 21 to 18 could spur some valuable discussion, but its passage alone would not solve the college student alcohol problem, according to Gerardo Gonzalez, dean of the School of Education at Indiana University, Bloomington.
They were nightmarishly higher in the 1960s and 70s, when the legal drinking age was lower.
Byline: The Register-Guard The idea that the legal drinking age ought to correspond with the age at which a person qualifies for such adult obligations as military service, voting and jury duty has been around for generations.
Byline: By GARY ANDERSON RAISING the legal drinking age to 21 would be backed by half the population, a survey out yesterday suggested.