html) International Left-Handers Day is the creation of the Left-Handers Club, which formed in 1992 "to keep members in touch with developments, make their views known to manufacturers and others, provide a help & advice line, to promote research into left-handedness and development of new left-handed items," according to the (http://www.
What does LHD stand for?
LHD stands for Left-Handers Day
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We have 40 other meanings of LHD in our Acronym Attic
- Amphibious Assault Ship (Multipurpose)
- Landing Helicopter Dock
- Landing Helicopter Dock Ship
- Large Height Deviation (aviation)
- Large Helical Device project
- Leadership and Human Development
- Left Hand Dominant
- Left Hand Drive
- Left Heart Disease (pulmonary hypertension)
- Left Hip Disarticulation
- Lexus Hybrid Drive (cars)
- Life, Health and Disability (insurance)
- Lightweight Helmet Development
- Linear Heat Detector
- Linear High Density
- Litterarum Humaniorum Doctor (Doctor of Human Letters)
- Load-Haul-Dump (underground mining vehicle)
- Local Health Department
- Low Harmonic Distortion
- Multipurpose Amphibious Assault Ship
Samples in periodicals archive:
The campaign is being launched today on National Left-Handers Day, and is calling on schools to introduce left-handed writing style lessons as part of the national teaching curriculum.
ISLAMABAD -- International Left-handers Day 2012 will be celebrated all over the world including Pakistan on 13 August (Monday) with the theme to create awareness about lefthanders.
The survey was published on International Left-Handers Day, with August 13 being the day to celebrate left-handedness.
The survey is published on International Left-Handers Day, with August 13 being designated as a day to celebrate left-handedness.
Byline: Claire Hill NATIONAL Left-Handers Day, celebrated today with specially designated 'lefty zones', may sound like political correctness gone too far, but this minority group still has to struggle in a right-handed world.
Anyone unaware of problems faced by left-handers like Prince William, Paul McCartney and Bill Clinton should head to London's Leicester Square today (11am-5pm) to celebrate National Left-Handers Day 2001.
A trade union renewed demands yesterday for the abolition of prejudice against left-handed people at work to mark International Left-handers Day.