I believe there's nothing we can know except that we should be kind to each other and do what we can for other people," --Katharine Hepburn in the Ladies' Home Journal, October 1991 Humanist, Academy Award-winning actress, and writer Katharine Hepburn died June 29, 2003, at the age of ninety-six.
What does LHJ stand for?
LHJ stands for Ladies' Home Journal (magazine)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 2 other meanings of LHJ in our Acronym Attic
- Liquid Hot Isostatic Pressing
- Local Health Improvement Partnership (Pennsylvania)
- Leicestershire Health Informatics Service (UK)
- Lipomatous Hypertrophy of the Interatrial Septum
- Little Houses Improvement Scheme (National Trust for Scotland; UK)
- Local Heritage Initiative Scotland (UK)
- Long Haul Information Transport
- Long Haul Information Transfer Architecture
- Living History in Worcester (Worcester, UK)
- Lowe's Home Improvement Warehouse (various locations)
- Local Health Jurisdiction
- Louisiana Hunter Jumper Association
- Lakeland Hills Jewish Center (Wanaque, NJ)
- Lake Hamilton Junior High (Pearcy, AR)
- Lake Highlands Junior High (Dallas, TX)
- Ligue de Hockey Junior Majeur de Québec (French: Quebec Major Junior Hockey League)
- Leonard Hall Junior Naval Academy (Leonardtown, MD)
- Lan Harremanen Kontseilua (Spanish: Labor Relations Board)
- Lark's Head Knot (craft of tatting)
- Larvik Håndballklubb (Norwegian handball team)
Samples in periodicals archive:
And, like Family Circle, Woman's Day and Ladies' Home Journal have increased their editorial coverage of home.
VRG in the News VRG Nutrition Advisor Reed Mangels, PhD, RD, was interviewed for a story on teen vegetarian for Ladies' Home Journal.
Recurrent snippets of advice in health columns in Godey's Lady's Book and the Ladies' Home Journal dealt primarily with health precautions during sleep, rather than with sleep itself.
From Glamour to Married Woman to Ladies' Home Journal to Vogue to Working Mother, the concern with keeping it all together in a world of unreliable men and job markets grows ever more strident.