Each swimsuit features low tension control at the upper back area, medium tension control at the bustline and hip areas, and maximum tension control at the tummy.
What does LT stand for?
LT stands for Low Tension
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- Lorien Trust
- Los Alamos Technical Associates
- Lost Temple (gaming)
- Lote (Portuguese: lot; postal usage)
- Loudest Talker (voice conferencing algorithm)
- Low Temperature
Samples in periodicals archive:
The subject of the public contract is the supply of electricity in the combined services of electricity supply in the low voltage and high voltage expected in the general amount of 4,130 MWh for 2013 and 2014, composed of 1,584 MWh in the low tension (Part 1 contract) and 2 546 MWh in the high voltage (Part 2 contracts).
Additional works for the emergency and maintenance project for the electricity networks ( 11 KV) and the low tension wire in the Wilayat of Al Mudhaibi in the Governorate of North Sharqiyah, the Wilayat of Sur and in the Wilayat of Ja'alan Bani Bu Ali in the Governorate of South Sharqiyah (RO339,170).
Regardless of the conveyor length, the rotating stainless steel drum imparts the driving force to the inside edge of the belt creating very low tension on the belt.
Starfrost's Helix Spirals have a low tension, flat belt design for ultimate durability and require minimal maintenance.
When you reach a level of high trust and low tension, your customers stop resisting and objecting.
The ECOnetic five-door's auto stop start system is entirely optional but standard are the Smart Regenerative Charging and Low Tension FEAD (Front End Accessory Drive) - technologies which pave the way for future powertrains from the blue oval.
Part of the funds are to Repair Medium and Low Tension Circuits.