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LBLinebacker
LBLibra (Latin: Pound; unit of mass)
LBLebanon
LBLow Battery
LBLight Blue
LBLong Beach (various locations)
LBLoad-Bearing
LBLoad Balancing
LBLane Bryant
LBLabrador
LBLight Bulb
LBLarry Brown (basketball coach)
LBLetter Box
LBLittle Brother
LBLegally Blonde
LBLower Bound
LBLittle Boy (atomic bomb)
LBLaguna Beach (California)
LBLog Book
LBLoad Balancer
LBLeft Back (soccer position)
LBLaura Biagiotti (fashion; Italy)
LBLimp Bizkit (band)
LBLehman Brothers (investment services company)
LBLondon Borough
LBLandesbank (German: regional government bank)
LBLow Bay (lighting)
LBLarge Business
LBLuria-Bertani
LBLoad Bank (generators)
LBLight Bomber
LBLean Back (rapper)
LBLloyd Banks (rap artist)
LBLowboy (in-room safe type for hotels)
LBLong Barrel
LBLocal Bus
LBLost Boys
LBLinux Based
LBLeg-Break (cricket)
LBLanding Barge (US Navy)
LBLeft Brain
LBLangmuir-Blodgett
LBLine Brother
LBLoverboy (band)
LBLoop Back
LBLive Birth
LBLotus Birth (leaving the placenta attached after birth)
LBLucille Ball
LBLance Bass
LBLocal Boys
LBLower Brace
LBLaurentian Bank (Canada)
LBLeft Bumper (Xbox 360 controller button)
LBLogging and Bookkeeping (web service interface)
LBLow Brass (music score)
LBLattice Boltzmann
LBLord British
LBLogistics Base
LBLloyd Aereo Boliviano (Bolivia, IATA airline code)
LBLouis Braille (inventor of 'braille')
LBLightbringer (World of Warcraft US server)
LBLimited Base
LBBank of Lithuania
LBLast Blade (SNK game)
LBLogic Block
LBLocal Battery
LBLutheran Brotherhood
LBLiquid Broth
LBLeaky Bucket (traffic policing algorithms)
LBLoveboat
LBLocal Buckling (structural element)
LBLanding Beach
LBBurst Length (Transmission Channel Parameter)
LBLoad Buffer
LBLine Booster
LBLiver Biology
LBLeft Behind Book Series (Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim F. LaHaye)
LBLysogeny Broth (bacterial growth medium)
LBLate Babylonian
LBLitter Bearer
LBPhotographic Laboratory Specialist (US Navy)
LBLifeburn (gaming, Everquest)
LBLog Bay
LBLaboratorio Bioquímico (Guatemala, biologic laboratories)
LBLuna Broth
LBCarriers' Semi-Official Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
LBLongest Backup
LBLoss due to Blockage
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Little business men, shopkeepers, and such ilk took what whack they could out of the product of the worker; but, after all, it was the large business men who formed the workers through the little business men.
With large business sagacity and an executive capacity which must have been inherited from their father, they now proposed to extend their operations to a larger area and distribute soap to contiguous villages, if these villages could be induced to buy.
Ned Plymdale is a nice young man-- some might think good-looking; and an only son; and a large business of that kind is better than a profession.
337), which after some years grew into a large business, continued to be Morris' main occupation to the end of his life, and has exercised a great influence, both in England and elsewhere, on the beautifying of the surroundings of domestic life.
He has not a large business, but he is a very respectable man.
He was a barrister also, but he loathed a profession which kept him indoors over books, and directly his widowed mother died he was going, so he confided to Susan, to take up flying seriously, and become partner in a large business for making aeroplanes.
In addition, a small business considering entering into a bond indemnification agreement with a large business should carefully consider whether any other relationships between itself and the large business could be seen as indicative of affiliation.
We have a great deal of confidence in their expertise in this area as well as in the maintenance and handling of large business jets," he said.
This year the Property Developer of the Year - Large Business is being sponsored by NSG UK Limited.
Verizon Business, a unit of Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) , is a leading provider of advanced communications and information technology (IT) solutions to large business and government customers worldwide.
I "second" the letter written by Jerry Radowitz that content is too large business oriented.
Rolls-Royce predicts continued growth in business jet deliveries through the remainder of the decade and forecasts an engine market worth $70 billion over the next 20 years, with medium and large business jets dominating in terms of aircraft and engine value.