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PBPeanut Butter
PBPlumbum (Latin for the metallic element lead)
PBPolished Brass
PBPackard Bell
PBPunkBuster (gaming anti-cheat project)
PBPlayboy (magazine)
PBPaperback (book edition)
PBPacific Beach (San Diego, California)
PBPersonal Best (athletic record)
PBPlastic Bag (various companies)
PBPrison Break (TV Series)
PBPitney Bowes
PBParaíba (Brazilian state)
PBPowerBook (Macintosh)
PBPrincess Bubblegum (Adventure Time)
PBPowerbuilder (Sybase software development tool)
PBPeripheral Blood
PBPublic Bank
PBPhenobarbital (drug)
PBPlayed By (roleplay gaming)
PBPower Ball (lottery)
PBPhotobucket (online image hosting service)
PBPit Bull
PBPassed Ball (baseball)
PBPrivate Banking
PBPower Brakes
PBPacific Beach (California)
PBPandora's Box
PBPublic Broadcasting
PBPot Belly
PBPrimitive Baptist (religion)
PBPresident's Budget
PBPoint B
PBPetabyte (1,024 terabytes)
PBPanic Bar (various companies)
PBPocket Book
PBPaul's Boutique (UK)
PBPost Box
PBParts Breakdown
PBPersonal Business
PBPeroneus Brevis (muscle)
PBPotty Break
PBPresiding Bishop
PBPrussian Blue (ferric ferrocyanide antidote for Cs 137)
PBPrincess Bride
PBPush-button Switch
PBPrivate Business
PBPoor Bastard
PBPaint Ball
PBPunch Brothers (band)
PBPage Break (proofreading; also HTML code)
PBPanera Bread (restaurant)
PBProfessional Bookkeeper
PBPry Bar
PBPerformance Bond
PBPoints Behind (hockey)
PBPyridostigmine Bromide
PBPrivate Brand
PBPrinted Board
PBPatrol Boat
PBParker Brothers (game company)
PBPeptide Bond
PBParticle Beam
PBPenalty Box (hockey)
PBPayback Period
PBPublication Bias
PBProgram Block
PBPlate Block
PBParsons Brinckerhoff, Inc. (engineering firm)
PBPaddington Bear (children's storybook character)
PBProject Book
PBPull Box
PBProperty Bond (criminal justice)
PBPatrol Bomber (US aircraft designation of WW II)
PBProportional Band
PBPlat Book
PBPelvic Bone
PBPrime Broker
PBPreburner (US NASA)
PBPower Bomb (wrestling move)
PBPaddle Board
PBPhantom Brave (movie, gaming)
PBPage Buffer
PBProperty Book
PBPalladium Books (gaming company)
PBProgram Baseline
PBPulsed Beam
PBPhonetically Balanced
PBPoor Bugger
PBPepsi Blue (soft drink)
PBProject-Blue (GMod gaming clan)
PBPool Bottom
PBPneumatic Brake
PBPlug Board
PBPublications Bulletin
PBPost Boost
PBPensions Board
PBPrimary Branch
PBPersonal Base (station)
PBProduct Baseline
PBPass Balanced (Front Page Sports Football '95 et al)
PBPreppy Boy
PBProbability of Bit Error
PBPlot Bunny (fan fiction)
PBPhoton Burst
PBPacket Bus
PBPulau Bintan (Indonesia)
PBProductive Burp (post surgery)
PBPax Britannia
PBProbability of Blocking (data transferring)
PBPark Bravo (Turkey)
PBPolar Ball (game)
PBPharmacopoeia Britannica
PBPhunky Bitch (women's group)
PBPrivately Baptised (genealogy)
PBPersonal Barometer (domestic water consumption calculation application)
PBPryidostigmine Bromide
PBPerkins Bacon, Ltd. (stamp printers, Great Britain)
PBPredicted and Bi-Directional
PBPhysical Inventory, Beginning
PBPrefered Bidder (OJEU tendering process)
PBPro Baddies (World of Warcraft gaming clan)
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The Parker brothers behind the eponymous company previously have designed and built vehicles for movies, such as the (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn4SUk6p1fg) motorcycles in Tron.
Pilon, with keen research instincts (particularly her attention to economics professor Ralph Anspach, who brought much of Monopoly's early history to light in a court case after running afoul of Parker Brothers in the 1970s) and with her reporter's eye for detail, keeps things moving along and neatly ties up the loose-ends origins of an icon.
Pilon gets to the bottom of the case with the quixotic tale of an economics professor who invented a game he called Anti-Monopoly and ended up battling Parker Brothers in court for 10 years.
200,000, actually was called a "PP Super Fine" in its first printed mention, a 1922 Parker Brothers stock book.
Parker Brothers began including playing pieces along with its "Monopoly" board game in 1935.
Other great riders from that time were the Parker brothers. Jack was captain at Wembley and Norman was captain at Belle Vue in Manchester.
It hit the shelves in 1949 and was also licensed to US gaming firm Parker Brothers, who renamed it Clue for the States.
He submitted it to two game companies, Milton Bradley and Parker Brothers. Both rejected it.
"Most of us really don't get good financial training during our schooling, we have to learn as we go and that means we make financial mistakes, especially in investing," News.com.au quoted Orbanes, who worked as a senior vice present at Parker Brothers, the company that released Monopoly, as saying.
"We take each project one at a time; we conceptualize and then build the concept, put it through a thorough testing process, figure out the problems and move forward from there," said Shannon Parker at Parker Brothers Choppers, which exhibited its street-legal Tron Lightcyle at the exhibition.
Boggle is the name of a word game designed by Allan Turoff and released by Parker Brothers in 1972.
The tent sale will have hidden gems for all kinds of collectors - old Parker Brothers board games, postcards, maps, pamphlets, original paintings, Oriental prints, rare books, sheet music from the 19th century and more.