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  • The Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns (I love that thing), my desire to use scrap stash yarns, and the knowledge I have gained about Lamb's Pride Bulky (hereinafter referred to as LPB) yarn over the several years I have used it for charity knitting.

    Now Norma Knits

  • "I am excited about the opportunity to work with an innovative company such as LPB," said Merchant.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • For example, some real-estate agents keep listings on their personal websites long after they've sold; when home buyers contact the agent inquiring about the property, they're instead pitched new properties that might not meet their criteria, says Leonard Baron , principal of real-estate consulting firm LPB Services.

    Online Real-Estate Listings Can Fall Short

  • For example, some real-estate agents keep listings on their personal websites long after they've sold; when home buyers contact the agent inquiring about the property, they're instead pitched new properties that might not meet their criteria, says Leonard Baron , principal of real-estate consulting firm LPB Services.

    Online Real-Estate Listings Can Fall Short

  • Fourth, under LPB, the government is always free to intervene directly in mortgage or commercial paper mutual funds and ensure the supply of credit.

    Laurence J. Kotlikoff: Open Letter to Lord Turner

  • Second, you seem to be suggesting that if perceptions changed, there would be massive and sudden sale of mortgages and other loans under LPB.

    Laurence J. Kotlikoff: Open Letter to Lord Turner

  • Second, you seem to be suggesting that if perceptions changed, there would be massive and sudden sale of mortgages and other loans under LPB.

    Laurence J. Kotlikoff: Open Letter to Lord Turner

  • But bad laws don't always last, and this one may eventually lead us to LPB by showing us precisely what not to do -- if we ever get another chance.

    Financial Reform, R.I.P.

  • Fourth, under LPB, the government is always free to intervene directly in mortgage or commercial paper mutual funds and ensure the supply of credit.

    Laurence J. Kotlikoff: Open Letter to Lord Turner

  • Larry Kotlikoff of Boston University suggests one to one is the right ratio and calls the concept Limited Purpose Banking (LPB).

    John R. Talbott: The Failure of Financial Reform, Itemized

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  • 1990's computer gaming acronym for 'low ping bastard' - someone with a low ping.

    opposite of 'HPW' High Ping Whiner (or Warrior). (someone with 200 ping)

    October 30, 2014