One of my favorite quotes is, 'Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it' from the character Anne Shirley in "Anne of Green Gables," written by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
What does LMM stand for?
LMM stands for Lucy Maud Montgomery (Canadian author)
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- Locator (at ILS) Middle Marker
- Loefler Management and Media (Stockholm, Sweden)
- Long Lead Material
- Lopez Memorial Museum (Philippines)
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- Losing My Mind
- LSD (Laboratory for Simulation Development) Model Manager
- Lumped Mass Matrix (structural mechanics)
- Lutheran Men In Mission
- Lake Meade Municipal Authority (Pennsylvania)
- Laser Microprobe Mass Analysis (semiconductor)
- Literature Mining and Microarray Analysis (biological network)
- Locally Managed Marine Area
- London Money Market Association (UK)
- Lower Mainland Municipal Association (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada)
- Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study
- Lake Michigan Mass Balance Study (EPA study)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Prince Edward Island features attractions and festivals that pay homage to the Anne of Green Gables novels - author Lucy Maud Montgomery grew up there.
The story, originally written by Lucy Maud Montgomery and published in the early 1900s, spawned a series of eight books by Montgomery and numerous adaptations for stage, television and film.
It was very poignant to stand in the room where Lucy Maud Montgomery was married and read one of her last letters to a friend.
Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942) Lucy Maud Montgomery's first novel, Anne of Green Gables (1908), about a plucky orphan, and its eight sequels, were astounding successes.
The reason most people visit PEI is because of Anne Of Green Gables, the sentimental book by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
First performed in 1908, the lyrics were written by Lucy Maud Montgomery and the music composed by Lawrence W.
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery was written in 1908 and has sold 50 million copies.