In the description of the video he wrote: "Monarch substituted their plane for a decrepit 30 plus year old Lithuanian 737 which was delayed by three hours then when it arrived it broke down.
What does OLith stand for?
OLith stands for Old Lithuanian (linguistics)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Ontario Laboratory Information System (Canada)
- Oxford Libraries Information System
- Office of Long Island Sound Programs (Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection)
- Office of Learning and Information Technology (University of Wisconsin)
- Office of Legislative Information Technology (Montana)
- On-Line Information Technology
- Open Look Intrinsic Toolkit
- Organizational Learning and Instructional Technologies
- Ontario Library and Information Technology Association
- Outpatient Long-Term Intensive Therapy for Alcoholics (neuroscience)
- Optical Line Interface Unit
- On-Line Image Verification (radiology)
- On-Demand Link Vector
- On-Line Interactive Virtual Environment (Forterra Systems, Inc.)
- Online Library of Images for Veterinary Education and Research
- On-Line Interactive Verification and Entry System (epidemiology study)
- Optical Interconnections for VLSI and Electronic Systems
- OnLine Interactive Virtual Reality
- Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
- Online Journal of Cardiology
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Lithuanians on the battlefield can also be distinguished by the Columns of Gediminas, one of the old Lithuanian coats of arms, on their shields and flags while the Poles decorate their shields and flags with their coat of arms, the White Eagle.
Now the national archive of sound documents contains more than 8,000 titles of which 1,600 titles are old Lithuanian shellac records as a Lithuanian sound heritage.
The 24 year old Lithuanian gathered possession inside the area following Mark Rossiter's delivery before unleashing a blistering shot past Gary Rogers.
It wasn't some old Lithuanian groundsman earning a pittance who was at fault.