I hold out a great deal of hope that teachers trained in our colleges and universities in the use of mobile technologies will "save" American public education and those children in the lower half of the student body.
What does LH stand for?
LH stands for Lower Half
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of LH
We have 37 other meanings of LH in our Acronym Attic
- Load Halfword (IBM)
- Load High (MS-DOS config.sys statement)
- Local Host (networking)
- London Hydro
- Lost Horizon
- Loud House (Nintendo chat room)
- Love Hina (Anime)
- Love Hurts
- Low Head
- Lufthansa (Airline Code)
- Luteinizing Hormone (same as ISCH)
- Lysyl Hydroxylase
- Light Harvesting I Complex
- Releasing Hormone: Luteinizing Releasing Hormone
- Left-Handed Leaky-Wave Antenna
- Lateral Hypothalamus and Medial Forebrain Bundle
- Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone
- Left-Handed Transmission Line
- Long-Haul Wavelength Division Multiplexing
Samples in periodicals archive:
In Table 7 there is a misalignment of the data in the lower half of the table.
Where normal dischargers often require the forklift tines to use the bag loop frame and position the frame over the tensioning bars at the top of the discharger, the Type 5 low loading discharger is said to offer the comfort and convenience of allowing the operator to load the bag frame at the lower half of the discharger.
In three species with straight, narrow bills, the lower half can bend downward part way along its length, even though it has no joint, says Gregor M.
Brookfield owns one million-square feet in the lower half of Three World Financial Center, having acquired its interest last year from Lehman Brothers.
[infinity]] is an analytic function of [omega] in the lower half of the [omega]-plane, and its inverse transform as a function of time t is equal to zero when t < 0.
Via the oropharynx, the soft palate was superiorly retracted, which allowed the lower half of the lesion to be exposed.