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AcronymDefinition
LFBLegislative Fiscal Bureau
LFBLaissez-Faire Books (est. 1972)
LFBLondon Fire Brigade
LFBLocal Frame Buffer
LFBLook for Busy
LFBLondon Freelance Branch (National Union of Journalists; UK)
LFBLinear Frame Buffer
LFBLeft Foot Braking (automobile driving technique)
LFBLaboratory Fortified Blank (water quality)
LFBLabel-Free Biosensing (workshop)
LFBLondon FOREX (Foreign Exchange) Broadsheet (trading portal)
LFBLeft Fullback (soccer)
LFBLiquid Factor Boiling
LFBLyman Frank Baum (The Wizard of Oz author)
LFBLicensed Fishing Boat
LFBLow-Frequency Beacon
LFBLiquid Fluidized Bed
LFBLaryngeal Foreign Body
LFBLocal Field Bandwidth
LFBLibrary File Builder
LFBLittle Fat Buddy (Internet slang)
LFBLondon's Finest Burglars
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We are assisting police on the Strand after a ruptured gas main was discovered using detection equipment and high levels of natural gas were detected in the atmosphere, a London Fire Brigade spokesman said.
When the disaster struck last month, these were the heroes of the London Fire Brigade who rushed to the front lines.
The London Fire Brigade did not beat around the bush in a (http://www.
London, Muharram 21, 1438, Oct 22, 2016, SPA -- Five revelers had to be taken to hospital in London Saturday after a double-decker bus rented for a party crashed into a bridge in north-east London, the London Fire Brigade said.
The London Fire Brigade was called shortly before midday and searched for anyone trapped in the rubble.
Contract notice: Relocation of London Fire Brigade Museum.
TEHRAN (FNA)- London's Charing Cross station has been evacuated and closed following a fire on a train, London Fire Brigade said on Sunday.
London Fire Brigade commissioner Ron Dobson said: "With the World Cup on and the FBU on strike, make it your goal to get a takeaway rather than cooking drunk.
London Fire Brigade said it is investigating the cause of the fire which started at Creaky Cafe shortly after 8.
Firefighters rescued one man from the ground floor and another from the second floor, London Fire Brigade said, and they have been taken to hospital where they are being treated for smoke inhalation.
A spokesman for London Fire Brigade was unable to give details but said: "We are taking lots of emergency calls at the moment".
London Fire Brigade is concerned that it is having to deal with a rising number of animal rescues, with crews called out on average every 14 hours to deal with a creature in trouble last year.
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