LIT

LIT is a three-letter abbreviation that may refer to:

  • Lambda Iota Tau, an honor society in literature
  • Laxminarayan Institute of Technology, Nagpur
  • Liaoning Institute of Technology, China
  • Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland
  • Linear ion trap, a type of quadrupole ion trap in mass spectrometry
  • LIT Ranch, Texas, United States
  • Little Rock National Airport, Arkansas, United States
  • Local income tax
  • Long Island Iced Tea, a popular mixed drink
  • LIT-CI (Spanish: Liga Internacional de los Trabajadores; Portuguese: Liga Internacional dos Trabalhadores)

Other articles related to "lit":

Tales Of Graces - Media Adaptions - Books
... (テイルズ オブ グレイセス エフ 誓いの花?, lit ... The first volume is subtitled Jō (上?, lit ... Above) and the second Ka (下?, lit ...
Moshavei Yahdav
... The Moshavei Yahdav (Hebrew מושבי יחדיו‎, lit ... They are Brosh (lit ... "Cypress") Ta'ashur (lit ...
Mount Royal Cross
... It was converted to fibre-optic light in 1992, allowing the cross to be lit in red, blue or purple ... Following the latest renovation, it is lit by 158 18-LED bulbs ... The cross is usually lit in white and the new LED system allows it to be any colour, including the purple traditionally used between the death and election of a new Pope ...
Spam Lit
... Spam Lit (also known as Lit Spam and Literary Spam) is defined as snippets of nonsensical verse and prose embedded in spam e-mail messages ... Spam lit is included in spam emails selling or purporting to sell a products such as software, male enhancement pills, and computers ...
Café Buono! - Track Listing - CD
... "Café Buono!" "Nakimushi Shonen" (泣き虫少年?, lit ... Crybaby Boy) "Renai Rider" (恋愛♥ライダー?, lit ... Love Rider) "Honto no Jibun" (ホントのじぶん?, lit ...

Famous quotes containing the word lit:

    “Wotever is, is right, as the young nobleman sveetly remarked wen they put him down in the pension list ‘cos his mother’s uncle’s vife’s grandfather vunce lit the king’s pipe vith a portable tinder-box.”
    Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

    The boy stood on the burning deck,
    Whence all but he had fled;
    The flame that lit the battle’s wreck,
    Shone round him o’er the dead.

    Yet beautiful and bright he stood,
    As born to rule the storm;
    A creature of heroic blood,
    A proud though childlike form.
    Felicia Dorothea Hemans (1783–1835)

    Have you not heard of that madman who lit a lantern in the bright morning hours, ran to the market place, and cried incessantly: “I seek God! I seek God!”
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)