LDK

LDK may refer to:

  • The IATA airport code for Lidköping-Hovby Airport
  • Democratic League of Kosovo (Lidhja Demokratike e Kosovës), a political party in Kosovo
  • Grand Duchy of Lithuania (Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė), a medieval state in Eastern Europe
  • Sparda, a character in Devil May Cry video games series
  • LDK Solar Co, a Chinese company that manufactures crystalline solar wafers
  • LDK Consultants, a Greece-based group of consulting companies
  • LDK TV, A YouTube based reality/vlogging Show
  • Lenadoon Dog Killers

Other articles related to "ldk":

Lutfi Haziri - Biography
... of the Youth Forum of the Gnjilane branch of the LDK and served as its president until 1997 ... Haziri was elected as Deputy President of the LDK branch in Gnjilane as well as member of the General Council of LDK in Pristina ... Also in 2004, Haziri was elected member of the LDK Central Presidency ...
GM Family II Engine - Ecotec Gen II - 2.0 - LDK
... A high-performance version of the LNF with 9.31 compression ... This engine is also known as A20NFT and A20NHT by GM Powertrain Europe ...
LDK Solar Co
... LDK Solar Co ... (NYSE LDK), located in Xinyu City, Jiangxi province in the People's Republic of China, manufactures multicrystalline solar wafers used in solar cells ... Additionally, LDK provides wafering services for both monocrystalline and multicrystalline wafers to companies who provide their own ingot stock ...
Broadcast Television Systems Inc. - Products
... Starting with the LDK 90 camera, Philips used their Frame transfer CCD - Charge-coupled device ... Handheld Norelco VIDEO 80 Handheld Current LDK 300 CCD Thomson Grassvalley LDK 400 CCD Thomson Grassvalley LDK 500 CCD Thomson Grassvalley 2003 LDK23HS ...
Democratic League Of Kosovo - History
... Claiming that conditions for Albanians were not addressed, the LDK successfully called for a boycott of the Kosovar Albanians of the first free elections in 1990 ... Following the 1991 population census, in which LDK President Rugova also called for boycott, resulting in only 9,091 Albanians recorded which composed around 2.53% of ... The LDK opposed the centralized control imposed by Belgrade, which reintroduced the Serbian language as the language of Kosovo as well as making other implementations and ...