a gas liquefied by compression, consisting of flammable hydrocarbons, as propane and butane, obtained as a by-product from the refining of petroleum or from natural gas: used chiefly as a domestic fuel in rural areas, as an industrial and motor fuel, and in organic synthesis, especially of synthetic rubber.
language A PL/I interpreter for IBM PCs and workstations. (ftp://ftp.wustl.edu/mirrors/msdos/pli/runpli1a.arc). E-mail: . (1999-09-03) lines per inch
List Programming Language. LISP-like language with ALGOL-like syntax, for IBM 360. “LPL – LISP Programming Language”, F.W. Blair et al, RC 3062, IBM TJWRC, Sep 1970.
noun 1. (Brit) a white rectangle with an “L” sign fixed to the back and front of a motor vehicle; a red “L” sign is used to show that a driver using it is a learner who has not passed the driving test; a green “L” sign may be displayed by new drivers for up […]