Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of LD.

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Examples

  • The face of the LDs is now balding and grey, as is his stand in.

    LibDems Elect 'Grumpy Old Men' as Dream Team

  • High-end fruit with a short shelf life is flown in on large metal containers called LDs—loading devices—that fit into wide-bodied cargo planes.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • High-end fruit with a short shelf life is flown in on large metal containers called LDs—loading devices—that fit into wide-bodied cargo planes.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • High-end fruit with a short shelf life is flown in on large metal containers called LDs—loading devices—that fit into wide-bodied cargo planes.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • If we started calling the LDs for every individual members' strange views we'd (a) be bogged down and (b) be regarded as unreasonable people.

    Libdemologists: Admitting Mobile Mast Madness?

  • In the past 10 days I have been campaigning in 7 different councils - in 5 of those the LDs are the main opposition today, two Labour.

    Conservative Predictions for Super Thursday

  • Lets face it, Clegg joining the LDs was a career choice...political calling had bugger all to do with it...

    The Guardian World News

  • The LDs are the kings when it comes to piling their resources into target seats.

    politicalbetting.com

  • I think we can take the Libs to the wire though, we seem to be taking a lot of switch from the LDs which is shocking a few of us, it's be close between the yellow and green for 3rd on the night.

    2nd Labour Freepost in Norwich North

  • Oldham is pretty meaningless given the LDs unpopularity and anything other than a comfortable Labour win would be a miracle.

    100 days in, Mr Miliband, you need a plan | Observer editorial

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