Murray WORCESTER - A city man charged with firing shots near a Little League field on Grafton Hill has been sentenced to jail after being convicted of carrying a firearm without a license.
What does LLF stand for?
LLF stands for Little League Field (various locations)
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- Limited Lock Facility
- Line Loss Factor (UK energy)
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- Lithuanian Labour Federation (Christian trade union)
Samples in periodicals archive:
April 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- What began as an online ZIP Code nomination by local resident Joe Thomson became a grand slam for local baseball teams when a Brownsburg Little League field was chosen as one of five winners of Chevrolet's "Building Diamonds and Dreams" program.
Dubai The Dubai Little League is all set to unveil the sixth edition of its annual GCC Regional Baseball and Softball Tournament which will be held at the Dubai Little League Fields beginning on Thursday.
But last year’s borrowing to fund lights for Little League fields, street repaving and church driveways qualifies as a crime against taxpayers and the public treasury.
Highlights of the plan include: Historic Yankee Field--existing stadium will be preserved and made accessible to the public as a little league field, destination spot and a village green for the community; a 250-room hotel and conference center; new Metro North Station--at stadium gates which will serve as both a station stop with regular daily service, extended Yankee game services and a destination for excursion packages.
The latest project is for a Little League field in Newbern, a microscopic rural hamlet consisting of just six buildings.
Other efforts of "The Swarm" during 2004 will include free applications by service professionals to parks, Little League fields, historic sites and more.
At firehouses and Little League fields, they curse executives who cook their books.