After Saturday's T20 win in Auckland, England have matches tomorrow (in Hamilton) and on Friday (in Wellington) to complete the first series of the trip to the Land of the Long White Cloud.
What does LLWC stand for?
LLWC stands for Land of the Long White Cloud (New Zealand in Maori language)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 2 other meanings of LLWC in our Acronym Attic
- Long Legged Wife
- Loose Leash Walking (dog training)
- Love Like Winter (song)
- Love Like Woe (song)
- Low Level Waste
- Low Low Water (same as LW springs)
- LAN-to-LAN Wide Area Network
- LAN-to-LAN Wide Area Network Program
- Low Level Windshear Alert System
- Low-Level Waste Burial Ground
- Light and Life Wesleyan Church (Three Rivers, Michigan)
- Long Leg Walking Cast
- Low Level Waste Certification Plan
- Low-Level Waste Disposal Development Demonstration
- Low-Level Waste Disposal Facilities
- Learning for Life, Work and the Future (South African reform workshop)
- Lake Louise Winter Institute (physics; University of Alberta; Canada)
- Lower Low Water Interval
- Lower Low Water Large Tide
- Low-Level Waste Management Program
Samples in periodicals archive:
Pietersen will sit out the Twenty20 and 50-over campaigns in the land of the long white cloud.
And if anyone should know how to beat the All Blacks it is Edwards, who played an integral part of the British Lions touring side in 1971 that returned from the land of the long white cloud with a series victory.
Wales departed for the land of the long white cloud on the back of an encouraging series of August Tests, with a narrow defeat to England at Twickenham being followed by victory in the return fixture and a win over Argentina.
Ireland depart for the land of the long white cloud on Tuesday, with a huge black one hanging over the team.
The 28-year-old travelled to the land of the long white cloud as the defending F44 discus world champion, having won his first title in Lille in 2002 and second in Assen four years later.
Miller's trip to the land of the long white cloud will be his last major international one before the Paralympics arrive on British shores in 2012.
They lost 34-31 to a weakened South Africa side in June and were well beaten by New Zealand on their subsequent two-Test tour to the land of the long white cloud.