6) It is a question that permits an unfolding of the way in which the line of flight is implicated in suicide, suicide in the "art of life" and both in politics.
What does LOF stand for?
LOF stands for Line Of Flight
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 53 other meanings of LOF in our Acronym Attic
- Legions Of Felix (game alliance)
- Length of File
- Letter Of Offer
- Level Of Fill
- Level of Functioning
- Liabilities of Foreignness (international business)
- Libbey Owens Ford Co
- Life of Field (oil and gas)
- Lin Only Fan (basketball)
- Line Of Fire
Samples in periodicals archive:
But no matter the wind, staying on the bird's line of flight is critical.
Her topics include a line of flight for curriculum inquiry, cultures of citizenship, and contours of a curriculum for the new American wilderness.
She added: "The man was standing in the safe area behind the line of flight when a beginner made a wrong signal, causing the aircraft to enter the safe zone.
A North Wales Police spokeswoman said: ``The man was standing in the safe area behind the line of flight when a beginner made a wrong signal, causing the aircraft to enter the safe zone.
Egofugality" is nothing less than an evolutionary proposal, according to Hasegawa--the individual's liberation from itself on a line of flight toward a collective intellect.
Move their feet to the ball and get their body square to the ball's line of flight as the catch is made.
National Airmotive is currently the only distributor servicing the entire Allison line of flight and industrial gas turbine engines, and has been selected to be a heavy maintenance center for the recently introduced Allison AE2100 and AE3007 engines.