Abbreviations (2/7) - Grouped by first letter "l"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "l" - Land-to-structure ratio approach, Landfill, Landfill gas, ...

An indirect estimation method that obtains the value of the land by multiplying the depreciated structure value by the land-to-structure ratio.
Deposit of waste into or onto land; it includes specially engineered landfills and temporary storage of over one year on permanent sites.
See "Biogas"
55421 landfill gas Landfill gas is formed by the anaerobic digestion of landfill waste.
Biogas produced from the anaerobic digestion of landfill waste.
A place solely for vessels to embark or disembark passengers, not part of an inland port.
Landings of fishery products shall be: - the products discharged by fishing vessels or other components of the fishing fleet, - the products discharged by ...
Landscape design covers the design of lands and gardens for human use. Usually, this relates to the design of and adjacent to buildings, either private or ...
One of the longitudinal strips into which a carriageway is divisible, whether or not defined by longitudinal road markings, which is wide enough for one ...
System of communication used by a particular community or country. In some cases, although they are called in the same way, languages have some variations ...
Outlier for which the Y values are extremely larger than the other Y values of the "normal" units.
A large-area specialist is in general a large retail store, usually with an area of 2 500 m² or more, which specialises in a specific range of products ...
Large-scale projects, of which defence and aerospace are the most significant types, usually cover a spectrum of activity from experimental to preproduction ...
In the Laspeyres index formula the price of a commodity at a given month is multiplied by the quantity at a base period. The value of the commodity basket ...
An index formula used in price statistics for measuring the price development of the basket of goods and services consumed in the base period. The question ...
A PPP (Purchasing power parity) for a basic heading or an aggregate between two countries, country B and country A, where the reference country is country A ...
A Laspeyres volume index is a weighted arithmetic average of quantity relatives using the values of the earlier period as weights.
Method of handling missing data based on existing data.
Last-in-first-out (LIFO) is an inventory valuation method based on the assumption that the first good withdrawn from inventory is the last one that entered.
The concept of lasting interest is the backbone of the concept of foreign direct investment (FDI). It implies the existence of a long-term relationship ...
A late civil registration is the registration of a vital event after the legally specified time period but within a specified grace period. The grace period ...
Foetal deaths of 28 weeks or more of completed weeks of gestation.
The ratio of the number of still births during the year to the number of total births (live births + still births) in that year.
The additional interest that may be levied on obligations overdue beyond a specified time; in some Paris Club agreements, late interest charges have been ...
A late maternal death is the death of a woman from direct or indirect obstetric causes more than 42 days but less than one year after termination of ...
With reference to the use of administrative data for statistical purposes, an administrative unit that submitted a statement (e.g. VAT return, social ...
See: Deferred retirement
Combines income poverty risk and deprivation representing the average of the higher value of the two fuzzy indices for each individual.
The "y-coordinate" in a polar coordinate system on a sphere. Measured as the angular distance in degrees north or south of the equator. Also called ...
Person who performs the same functions as professional judges or magistrates but who does not regard himself, and is not normally regarded by others, as ...
An individual GIS data set that contains features belonging to the same theme, such as roads or houses. The term layer refers to a GIS’s ability to ...
See: "Life cycle analysis"
Those people who, thanks to their competence in a particular area, are recognised as a role model by the others.
The way in which leaders develop and facilitate the achievement of the mission and vision of the organisation.
Economic time-series which exhibits a leading relationship with respect to the turning points of a reference series. Economic indicator whose peaks and ...
The acquiring and understanding of knowledge and information that may lead to improvement or change.
Any activities of an individual organised with the intention to improve his/her knowledge, skills and competence
Deliberate activity in which an individual participates with the intention to learn
"Learning circles" are defined as "groups of employees who come together on a regular basis with the primary aim to learn about the requirements of the work ...
A community that widely promotes a culture of learning by developing effective local partnerships between all sectors of the community and supports and ...
Anyone who facilitates the acquisition of knowledge and competences by establishing a favourable learning environment, including those exercising a ...
Specification of learning outcomes to be achieved upon completion of an educational or learning activity. These encompass improving knowledge, skills and ...
An organisation that encourages learning at all levels (individually and collectively) and continually transforms itself as a result.
The totality of information, knowledge, understanding, attitudes, values, skills, competencies or behaviours an individual is expected to master upon ...
A region in which all stakeholders collaborate to meet specific local learning needs and implement joint solutions to common problems.
Aircraft acquired under a lease agreement.
For statistical purposes, leases are classified into two types: operating or short term leases, and capital or ...
Provision for a fee of human resources for client businesses.
Government is the user, during a given period, of an asset that is legally owned by a nongovernment unit. According to the “risks and rewards” borne by ...
Leases or contracts where the lessee has the right to convey the lease to a third party independently of the lessor. Examples include leases of land and ...
When one institutional unit A owns a durable good and transfers the right to use this good to another unit B, A is said to be the "lessor" and B the ...
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