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LPLimited Partnership (legal business entity)
LPLong Playing (record)
LPLiquid Propane
LPLinear Programming
LPLimited Partner (IRB)
LPLatin Percussion (maker of various percussion instruments)
LPLinear Program
LPLes Paul (type of guitar)
LPLong Play(ing)
LPLincoln Park (various locations)
LPLouisiana-Pacific
LPLoop
LPLine Printer
LPLet's Play (gaming)
LPLinkin Park (band)
LPLow Power
LPLow Profile
LPLicense Plate
LPLow Pressure
LPLow-Pass (filter, amplifier)
LPLesson Plan
LPList Price
LPLiberal Party
LPLonely Planet (travel guides)
LPLow Pass (Filter)
LPLinear Prediction
LPLoss Prevention
LPLogin/Password
LPLibertarian Party
LPLaser Printer
LPLogic Programming (computing)
LPLong Period
LPLaughing Place (Disney)
LPLarge Print (visual impairment)
LPLicensed Practical (nurse; US HRSA)
LPListening Post
LPLeadership Program
LPLandplane
LPLumbar Puncture
LPLiquefied Petroleum
LPLycée Professionnel (French: Professional School)
LPLipoprotein
LPLaunch Pad (various organizations)
LPLabour Party
LPLegal Problems
LPLegislative Process
LPLife Points (Yu-Gi-Oh! game)
LPLight Peak
LPLightning Protection
LPLow Point
LPLayout Plan (urban development)
LPLiquidity Provider (finance)
LPLan Peru (Peruvian Airlines, IATA airline code)
LPLemon Party
LPLicensed Producer (marijuana; Canada)
LPLow Priority
LPLimited Production
LPLa Pampa (Argentina province, airline code)
LPLanding Point
LPLicensed Psychologist
LPLamp Post
LPLegislative Proposal
LPLocal Park
LPLight Pole
LPLink Popularity (website links)
LPLife Partner
LPLichen Planus (skin disease)
LPLast Paid
LPLoan Prospector
LPLacrimas Profundere (German band)
LPLost Prophets (band)
LPLow Paying
LPLogical Partition (IBM AIX)
LPLongitudinale Posteriore (Italian: Longitudinal Posterior; Lamborghini)
LPLife Policy (insurance)
LPLicorice Pizza (record)
LPLimited Product
LPLis Pendens (Latin: pending lawsuit)
LPLangspielplatte (German: Long Playing Record)
LPLiability Policy
LPLower Peninsula (of Michigan)
LPLow Permeation (fuel)
LPLocal Primary
LPLog Periodic
LPLicensed Paralegal (law)
LPLao Po (Chinese: Wife)
LPLangmuir Probe
LPLinearly Polarized (EIA-440-A)
LPLa Previa (TV show)
LPLine Pair (philately)
LPLaxmikant Pyarelal (Inidan film music producers)
LPLoss of Pay
LPLogical Process
LPLas Plumas (California)
LPLatent Period
LPLong Pointer (32-bit memory address in a 16-bit operating system)
LPLine Processor
LPLa Pucelle (PS2 game)
LPLicensed Practitioner
LPLearning Page (educational resources website company)
LPLiquidity Premium
LPLegge Provinciale (Italian: Provincial Law)
LPLiquid Propellant
LPLife Profile
LPLoad Package
LPLinear Polarizer
LPLesbian Pornography
LPLuff Perpendicular (sailing measurement)
LPLighting Panel
LPLyceum of the Philippines
LPLocal Purchase (Stores 100 code)
LPLinear Polarized
LPLocal Processor
LPLeaf Protein
LPLicensed Paramedic
LPLaser Prostatectomy
LPLaunch Position
LPLimited Procurement
LPLorimar Productions
LPLinking Protection
LPLincolnshire Police (UK)
LPLight Patrol
LPLiquid Penetration (metal test to show stress cracks and surface faults)
LPLeadership Points (gaming)
LPLarge Processor
LPLab Prototype
LPLower Order Path
LPLatinos Progresando (not-for-profit organization assisting with immigration related issues)
LPLockout of Protection
LPLex Persona
LPLine Patterning
LPLazer Park (New York)
LPLinha de Partida
LPLocator Protocol (location-based GPRS services)
LPLincoln Prairie School (Hoffman Estates, Illinois)
LPLittle Person/People
LPLeased Platform
LPLeft Traffic Pattern
LPLink Paralleling
LPLunatic Posse (Quake gaming clan)
LPLarge Package Based
LPLunar Prospector (spacecraft)
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An Air Ministry working party had determined in September 1938, even before the Christmas debacle, that a Short landplane design--the 14/38--would replace the marine type.
Since speed had already been discounted, the selection of a design type inherently slower (and therefore less efficient) than landplanes did not matter.
The airplane adopted by the Royal Air Force in the mid-1930s as its principal coastal defense weapon, the Avro Anson, a twin-engined landplane, had a range of 660 miles.
On Friday, September the thirteenth-Hughes wasn't superstitious--Hughes piloted the H-1 to a new landplane speed record of 352 miles per hour.
Kisumu Airport apparently received 48 seaplanes and 192 landplanes with approximately 500 arriving and 600 departing passengers.
Available for floatplanes and landplanes, the prop delivers enhanced performance in both configurations.
Ironically it had been landplanes serving in the Fleet Air Detachment, Atlantic Fleet--their operations consisting of flights from makeshift wooden platforms constructed on battleships--that helped point the way toward construction of the Navy's carriers.
1935: Shannon is chosen by the Government as a "suitable base for the operation of seaplanes and landplanes on a transatlantic service".
Planned for delivery starting in 2015, the new aircraft will be configured as standard 19-passenger commercial landplanes and put into operation as domestic carriers across the Seychelles archipelago.
Only three examples of the Potez 540 TOE, the colonial version of the Potez 540 bomber, were built and apart from a small number of standard Potez 540s retired from bomber units there were no other military landplanes stationed abroad capable of carrying substantial loads either of personnel or of freight: it was only in September 1940, after France's surrender, that the Armee de I'Air established its first dedicated transport units.
When the navy risked denuding the Solomons of everything except for floatplanes and a handful of landplanes it could assemble as many as forty-five medium bombers and over sixty Type Zero fighters for operations from Rabaul and Kavieng for short periods.
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