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What does LHP stand for?
LHP stands for Living History Project
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 104 other meanings of LHP in our Acronym Attic
- Lealdade, Humildade, Procedimento (Portuguese: Loyalty, Humility, Procedure)
- Left Half-Plane
- Left Hand Panel
- Left Hand Path
- Left-Handed Pitcher
- Lennox Hearth Products (Nashville, TN)
- Licensed Holistic Practitioner (various organizations)
- Lighthouse Point (Broward County, Florida city)
- Limit of High Priority
- Line Handler Process (Sprint)
- Local Health Plan
- Loop Heat Pipe (Cooling System)
- Louisiana Highway Patrol
- Longuet-Higgins-Pople Restricted Hartree-Fock Method
- Like Heterochromatin Protein 1
- Lee Harris Pomeroy Associates (architectural firm; New York, NY)
- Limbic-Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis
- Linear Hydraulic Pressure-Pulse Actuator
- Livestock Health and Pest Authorities (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 14th annual Cemetery Stroll was a living history project, focused this year on early nurses buried at Grandview Cemetery.
Living History project director Jeanette Hilton said: "Some of the items from the '60s for sale were quite expensive because they are now considered fashionably retro.
They're all going to weigh in on the history of the section over the years, and what's important to them about the section," McClane said, adding that production for the living history project is on schedule and very near completion.
Currently a master's student in social history at California State University-Sacramento, Daniels launched the Unsung Heroes Living History Project to answer those questions.
Although Veterans' Day was celebrated last month, individuals interested in learning more about history through the words of veterans may visit the Los Angeles County Office of Education's World War I Living History Project anytime.