This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other meanings of LTS
We have 233 other definitions for LTS
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
The LOCK series comprises four application-specific products-SAFELOCK, for short- to medium-term suspension periods; TIMELOCK, for long-term suspension or harsh conditions; LASTLOCK, for total security in permanent well abandonment and now STORMLOCK, for storms, extended periods or harsh conditions.
The policy also dictates that punishment can range from in-school suspension to long-term suspension.
Boone (GRAPH 1) Suspension hearings (GRAPH, CHART) Long-term suspension (CHART) Most numerous violations by type (GRAPH 2) Arrests for disrupting a school assembly
The problem is the US Tour is just too rigid in terms of making you play 15 with long-term suspensions if you don't.
Two of the staff involved no longer work for our company, while the third has been on long-term suspension.
Each will face the most serious consequences, which can include long-term suspension or expulsion and referral to the police for further investigation.
The NFL, NHL, and NBA conduct random steroid tests with appropriate suspensions for first and second time offenders, and long-term suspensions or lifetime bans for a third offense.
Rowhani probably meant that the EU was ready to accept Iran converting raw uranium into feeder gas, done at Isfahan, and its nuclear pilot plant at Natanz in return for Iran agreeing long-term suspension of industrial-scale enrichment.