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LC or Lc may refer to:
- Leicester, a city in the United Kingdom
- Lewis Center, Ohio, United States
- Saint Lucia, ISO 3166-1 country code
- .lc, the country code top level domain (ccTLD) for Saint Lucia
- Lučenec, a town in Slovakia
- Las Cruces, a city in New Mexico, United States
- Irish Land Commission (or simply Land Commission), a rent fixing commission by the Land Law (Ireland) Act 1881.
- Letter of credit, a document issued to provide a payment undertaking
- Local currency also referred to as Local Currency Unit or LCU
- Lego Chess, a Lego-based chess video game
- Lego Creator, a theme of Lego
- Lego Creator (video game), a Lego video game
- Liberty City (Grand Theft Auto), a fictional city in the Grand Theft Auto computer and video game series
Institutions, organisations, and government bodies
- Letran College in Manila
- Laguna College, a non-sectarian, private school in San Pablo City, Laguna
- Latvian Way, a political party of Latvia
- Launceston College, a public senior-secondary school in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
- Legion of Christ, a Roman Catholic religious order of priests
- Liberty Counsel, a legal organization dedicated to advancing specific religious freedoms
- Library of Congress, the United States national library
- Liquor Control, a reference to various government-run liquor stores. Examples include the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission.
- Local Council, a form of local elected government within the districts of Uganda
- Loomis Chaffee, a coeducational boarding school in Windsor, CT.
- Lord Chancellor, a senior functionary in the government of the United Kingdom
- Lucknow-Kanpur Suburban Railway is a commuter rail service in Kanpur-Lucknow region in India.
- Lynchburg College, a private liberal arts college in Lynchburg, Virginia
- Lynden Christian Schools, a private school in Lynden, Washington
- Varig Logística (LC is its IATA airline designator)
- LC, the 1981 album by The Durutti Column
- Lacuna Coil, an Italian gothic metal band
- Living Colour, an American hard rock band formed in New York
- Living Corban, a Christian punk/rock band formed in Miami, Florida
- Los Campesinos!, a British indie-rock band formed in Cardiff.
- Lorne Cardinal, a stage and television actor
- Liz Claiborne, a fashion designer.
- Les Claypool, a multi-talented bassist best known for his work with Primus
- Laveranues Coles, New York Jets wide receiver
- Lauren Conrad, an American reality TV personality
- Le Corbusier, architect, and/or a series of furniture designed by same
- Leonora Carrington, a Mexican painter/surrealist.
Science and technology
- Liquid chromatography, an analytical chemistry technique
- Lethal concentration, a means to quantitatively indicate a gas or aerosole hazard
- The LC-type optical fiber connector
- LC circuit, in electronics, a circuit with an inductor and a capacitor
- The orchid genus Laeliocattleya
- Leeuwin Current, a warm ocean current
- Locus coeruleus, a nucleus in the brain stem
- Liquid crystal, a phase of matter with properties between a solid and a liquid state; a substance exhibiting this phase. Liquid crystals are commonly used in displays and shutter glasses.
- Macintosh LC, a computer manufactured by Apple in the early 1990s
- Logic Cells, a concept on Field-programmable gate array
- Lines of Code
- Lactation consultant
- Land Cruiser, an SUV built by Toyota Motor Corporation
- Landing craft
- Lean Cuisine
- Least Concern, a World Conservation Union "Red List of Threatened Species" category
- Leaving Certificate, the final course in the Irish secondary school system
- Library of Congress Classification
- Lighting Certified, NCQLP
- Long course, an Olympic-size swimming pool
- In citations, l.c. might be used as an abbreviation of Loc. cit. (loco citato), used to completely repeat a citation, including the page to which the citation refers.
- Least Concern, The status of a species that shows that it is very well.
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