PLB

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AcronymDefinition
PLBPlattsburgh, NY, USA (Airport Code)
PLBPremier League Board (Ghana)
PLBPlanning and Lands Bureau (Hong Kong)
PLBPrivate Label Branch
PLBPipe Lay Barge
PLBPlanning and Landing Bureau (Hong Kong)
PLBPulse Length Limiting & Blanking
PLBProgrammable Logic Block (basic blocks of a field programmable gate array)
PLBPayload Bay
PLBPersonal Locator Beacon (see SARBE)
PLBPassenger Loading Bridge (airport)
PLBProductivity Linked Bonus
PLBPower Line Broadband (FCC)
PLBPhospholamban (cardiac calcium regulation)
PLBParti Louvri Baryé (French: Open the Gate Party, Haiti)
PLBPursed Lip Breathing
PLBPurchase and Leaseback (transaction)
PLBProcessor Local Bus (high-performance, on-chip bus)
PlbPolabian (linguistics)
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In Part Two: 'Wagria and the Polabian Slavs in the Central Middle Ages', Wieckowska-Luth uses deposited lake and peat bog sediment core samples to reconstruct the settlement history of the Ostholstein lakeland area in the Middle Ages, showing how palaeoenvironmental indicators--for example fluctuating lake levels, identifiable wet or dry phases and pollen analysis--can reveal how climatic conditions varied over time.
1999; Silic and Pranjkovic 2005; Katunar, Willer-Gold and Gnjatovic 2013; Belaj and Tanackovic Faletar 2014), Serbian (Friedman 2000b; Friedman 2003a; Heine and Kuteva 2006: 125), Molise Croatian (Heine and Kuteva 2006: 125; Breu 2011), Kashubian (Heine and Kuteva 2006: 125), Burgenland Croatian (Reindl 2008), Macedonian (Comrie and Corbett 1993: 261; Siewierska and Uhlirova 1998; Friedman 2003a; Friedman 2003b; Weiss 2004; Heine and Kuteva 2006: 129-131), Bulgarian (Friedman 1976; Comrie and Corbett 1993: 209; Siewierska and Uhlirova 1998; Friedman 2000a; Friedman 2003a; Heine and Kuteva 2006: 129; Geist 2011) and the extinct Polabian language (Reindl 2008: 133).
Part two looks at Wagria and the Polabian Slavs in the central middle ages: reconstructing settlement history by pollen records; network analysis; evidence of metalworking.