Using light steel construction, the upper box, which contained the exhibition area, was cantilevered symmetrically out from the lower one, which itself projected on either side of the upper one as two small square courts.
What does L1 stand for?
L1 stands for Lower One (business/investing; science)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of L1
We have 6 other meanings of L1 in our Acronym Attic
- First Sun-Earth Libration (Lagrange) Point
- GPS Frequency (1575.42 MHz)
- Language One (native language)
- Layer 1 (physical/electrical interface)
- League 1 (English football league)
- Leave One
- Level 1 (cache on or near processor die)
- LineOne (UK ISP)
- Link 1 (GPS, aviation)
- Local Interconnect
- Native Language
- Line 10 Hepatocarcinoma
- Line 10 Hepatoma
- Lockheed L-1011 Tristar (wide-body trijet airliner)
- Localization (L followed by 10 letters, followed by N)
- Localization (L followed by 11 letters, followed by n)
- Link-11 Simulator
- Lockheed L-188 Electra (est. 1957; airliner)
- L1 Cell Adhesion Molecule
Samples in periodicals archive:
Earlier studies had shown that the upper bill can bend, but the lower one had seemed rigid.
Such implants could be especially important for babies born without an electric connection between the heart's upper chambers and lower ones, a defect that occurs once in every 22,000 births, Cowan says.
The lower one sits on the ground, the upper one (raised by about four feet) is over a basement, and built into the hillside.
The top of the hardened soil layer appears bleached because it lacks red iron minerals, which were stripped from the upper layers and deposited in the lower ones.
Each is a different height so some are appropriate for children, others are for standing adults, who have to kneel to hear the sounds of the lower ones.
Unfortunately, many commercial humidity sensors--mainly polymers coated with sulfonic acid--suffer from hysteresis, in which the polymer becomes so saturated with water at high humidity levels that it is unable to perform well at lower ones.