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Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) is a form of lipoprotein that transports a majority of the plasma cholesterol ; a form of lipoprotein found to be positively related to coronary artery disease. Moreover, Low-density lipoproteins (LDLs) are chemicals that cause fatty deposits to accumulate in arteries, impeding blood flow Please see LDL cholesterol .

Lowball technique or Low-ball technique is a strategy in which commitment is gained first to reasonable or desirable terms, which are then made less reasonable or desirable. It is an influence technique based on commitment, in which one first gets a person to comply with a seemingly low-cost request and only later reveals hidden additional costs Lowball technique is getting people to commit themselves to an attractive proposition before its hidden costs are revealed.
Lowballing refers to an unscrupulous strategy whereby a salesperson induces a customer to agree to purchase a product at a very low cost, subsequently claims it was an error , and then raise

Lowering means sullen, frowning, gloomy.

LSD (d-lysergic acid diethylamide) refers to the most common hallucinogenic drug which is a synthetic version of the grain fungus ergot.

LTC is the abbreviations of Long-term care which refer to the range of medical and/or social services designed to help people who have chronic care needs or disabilities ; services may be provided in a person's home, in the community , or in residential facilities.

LTM is the acronym of Long-Term memory . Please see Long-Term memory

LTM is the acronym of Long-term memory which refers to the memory system used for relatively permanent storage of meaningful information; the permanent storehouse for memories that has unlimited capacity. LTM (Long-term memory ) is a memory store thought to have a large, possibly infinite capacity that holds onto incoming information for long periods of time, perhaps permanently. LTM (Long-term memory) is also called Secondary memory

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