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What does LJD stand for?
LJD stands for Little Jimmy Dickens (country music singer)
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- London Jazz Composers Orchestra
- La Jolla Community Plan (San Diego, CA)
- Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan
- La Jolla Community Planning Association (La Jolla, CA)
- La Jolla Community Parking District Advisory Board (California)
- La Jolla Cancer Research Foundation (now the Burnham Institute for Medical Research)
- La Jolla Cosmetic Surgery Centre (San Diego, CA)
- Labour Job Creation Trust (South Africa)
- Lindy Jane Designs (Australia)
- Lisfranc Joint Dislocation (orthopedic surgery)
- League of Jewelry Dealers of Asia
- Laser Joint Direct Attack Munition (trademark of Boeing)
- Le Journal Du Hockey (French: The Journal of Hockey)
- Les Joyaux De La Princesse (music group)
- London Judgment and Decision Making
- La Jolla Economics (California)
- Les Jeunes Entreprises (French: Junior Achievement; educational projects)
- Little Johnny England (band; UK)
- Loudoun Jazz Ensemble (Leesburg, VA)
- Louis Jones Enterprises, Inc. (Chicago, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Highlighted by some of her most powerful Opry performances, this half-hour special features interviews with Underwood's mother, Carole, as well as Opry members Vince Gill, Little Jimmy Dickens and Randy Travis.
They sent samples of their work to a Nashville publishing house and a song calledCountry Boy was accepted and given to Little Jimmy Dickens.
He remembers being on stage with such country legends as Little Jimmy Dickens, Hank Snow and Floyd Cramer.
Hall of Fame members Dolly Parton, Eddy Arnold, Jo Walker-Meador, Wendell, Little Jimmy Dickens, and Brenda Lee joined the NGDB to sing "Circle" at the Museum's Medallion Ceremony honoring new inductees Bill Anderson, Sam Phillips, the Delmore Brothers, the Everly Brothers, Waylon Jennings, the Jordanaires, Don Gibson, Homer & Jethro, Don Law, Ken Nelson, the Louvin Brothers and Webb Pierce on May 5, 2002.
Paisley picks up partner-in-crime Country Music Hall of Fame member Little Jimmy Dickens for a wild ride that includes swiping Dolly Parton's newspaper from her mailbox and handing out pages to the passengers.
COUNTRY music fans will have the opportunity early next year to enjoy a cruise with four members of the Grand Ole Opry when Bill Anderson, Little Jimmy Dickens, Lorrie Morgan, and Riders In The Sky set sail on the Grand Ole Opry Cruise from January 21-28, 2007.
It's complete with anecdotes and stories from the legends themselves, industry pioneers such as the Oak Ridge Boys, Larry Gatlin, Little Jimmy Dickens, Jeannie Sealy, and Dolly contributed to the project.