ltor

Left vs Ltor - What's the difference?

left | ltor | initialism |

Left is a initialism of ltor.


As a noun left

is air.

As an initialism ltor is

(photography|graphic design) left to right : used when identifying people in a picture or image for example, an image of three people can have the caption: "ltor: phil, bill, and phil".

Ltor vs Rtol - What's the difference?

ltor | rtol | Related terms |

Ltor is a related term of rtol.


In photography|graphic design|lang=en terms the difference between ltor and rtol

is that ltor is (photography|graphic design) left to right : used when identifying people in a picture or image for example, an image of three people can have the caption: "ltor: phil, bill, and phil" while rtol is (photography|graphic design) right to left : used when identifying people in a picture or image for example, an image of three people can have the caption: "rtol: bill, sam and phil".

As initialisms the difference between ltor and rtol

is that ltor is (photography|graphic design) left to right : used when identifying people in a picture or image for example, an image of three people can have the caption: "ltor: phil, bill, and phil" while rtol is (photography|graphic design) right to left : used when identifying people in a picture or image for example, an image of three people can have the caption: "rtol: bill, sam and phil".

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