LDS may refer to:

  • LDS, hydraulic fluid used in some Citro├źn hydropneumatic suspension systems
  • LDS, National Rail station code for Leeds railway station, England
  • LDS Church, abbreviation for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah
  • LDS (automobile), various single seat race cars built for the South African Formula One Championship by Louis Douglas Serrurier
  • LDS Podebrady (Laboratory of Distant Studies), project of the Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies, Charles University, Czech Republic
  • Landkreis Dahme-Spree, a district within the German state of Brandenburg, located southeast of Berlin
  • Leak detection system, system for detecting (and sometimes locating) leaks in pipelines
  • Licentiate of Dental Surgery, a dental degree
  • Liberal Democracy of Slovenia, Slovenian political party
  • Linear dynamic system, a mathematical model

Other articles related to "lds":

Emily H. Woodmansee
... Although only one of her hymns "As Sisters In Zion" is included in the 1985 LDS English language edition of the LDS Church's hymnbook, previous LDS Church hymnbooks have included ...
Burying The Past: Legacy Of The Mountain Meadows Massacre - Synopsis
... LDS historian Glen Leonard is interviewed on camera, and makes statements as to the LDS Church's involvement in the massacre and the cover up ... Hinckley, LDS Church President, can be seen in the documentary ...
Bryant S. Hinckley
... Hinckley, who would later serve as an apostle and the president of the LDS Church ... of the 20th century, he was the head of LDS Business College ... Today there is a scholarship at LDS Business College named after Hinckley ...
Paul V. Johnson
... of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) since 2005, and the sixteenth Commissioner of Church Education of the church since August 2008 ... As a young man, he was an LDS Church missionary in Norway, after which he earned degrees from Brigham Young University and Utah State University ... He has served in the LDS Church as a ward Young Men president, bishop, and counselor in a stake presidency ...
Lorin C. Woolley - Plural Marriage
... October 1886 and February 1887 Woolley became a mail carrier for the LDS Church leaders who were hiding from state authorities during the crack-down against Mormon polygamy ... background to the 1886 Revelation, which included a September 1886 visitation of Joseph Smith to LDS Church president John Taylor at Woolley's father's home, and of a ... Woolley was excommunicated from the LDS Church in January 1924 for alleging that church president Heber J ...