Byline: Bernard Flynn Expert GAA analysis from a legend of the game IF there's one problem I have with the Allianz League, it's that the players in the lower divisions get little or no exposure.
What does LD stand for?
LD stands for Lower Division (degree plan)
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We have 59 other meanings of LD in our Acronym Attic
- Loop Disconnect (telecommunications)
- Looper's Delight (music resource)
- Loser Denial (band)
- Lost Descendant (gaming clan)
- Low Definition
- Low Density
- Low Dermal
- Low Down (song title)
- Low Drag
- Lower Denomination
- Lucid Dream
- Luminescence Detector
- Lunar Distance (distance between Earth and the Moon)
- Lyme Disease
- The Light Dragoons (a British Regiment)
- Line of Departure Is Friendly Forward Disposition
- Line of Departure Is Present Position
- Leader Development and Education (US Army)
- Lactate Dehydrogenase Isoenzyme 1
- Lactate Dehydrogenase Isoenzyme 2
Samples in periodicals archive:
A crippling injury list led to the Blacks going cap in hand to lower division clubs, and dragging some players out of semi-retirement.
This is the third year in succession they have exited the tournament to lower division opposition and it is baffling why Walsall so often put in such subdued performances in that competition.
With much of Britain blanketed in thick snow, almost half this weekend's fixtures in England's lower divisions have been called off and only a handful of matches have survived in Scotland.
Sweden, who finished fourth last year, will fight it out with the United States, Latvia and Austria, who returned to ice hockey's elite after last year's win in the lower division, for the top place in Group C, also in Berne.
Besides, the lower divisions of college football have been using playoffs for years.
The study suggests that "geochemical coincidence of oils and organic matter in the lower PS division and Diatomaceous series "permits the supposition of complex paleogeographical conditions of their sedimentation, and the possibilities to relate the lower division of the PS to Miocene".
The Moroccan, part of the Montpellier side who dumped Bordeaux out of the French Cup in 2006, said: "I knowit's not easy for a big team to play against a side from a lower division.