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What does LTIR stand for?

LTIR stands for Long-Term Injured Reserve (professional sports)

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Speaking of the Capitals, Worcester's Tom Poti is out indefinitely and on long-term injured reserve with nagging groin injury problems.
We feel that it's best for his short-term, medium-term and long-term welfare, (his) security, his family," Chiarelli said after placing Savard on long-term injured reserve.
5 million figure on long-term injured reserve to start the season, everything is OK until the German winger returns sometime around Thanksgiving.
Forwards Marc Savard (broken foot) and Milan Lucic (broken finger) are on long-term injured reserve, defenseman Dennis Wideman (shoulder) and forward Shawn Thornton (undisclosed injury) have returned after missing spot duty, and there has been the added turmoil of Chuck Kobasew being traded to Minnesota and Daniel Paille being acquired from Buffalo.
Boston, which has lost Milan Lucic (broken finger) and Marc Savard (broken foot) to long-term injured reserve and traded Chuck Kobasew to Minnesota, was also without Shawn Thornton (undisclosed injury).
He might go on long-term injured reserve, retroactive to the injury date, before this is all over.