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LPG:see liquefied petroleum gasliquefied petroleum gas
mixture of gases, chiefly propane and butane, produced commercially from petroleum and stored under pressure to keep it in a liquid state.
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liquified petroleum gas (LPG)
A petroleum derivative, primarily butane and propane, stored under pressure to maintain its liquid state; used as a fuel for heating and cooking.
1. Abbr. for liquid petroleum gas.
2. Abbr. for liquified petroleum gas.
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Linguaggio Procedure Grafiche (Italian for "Graphical Procedures Language"). dott. Gabriele Selmi. Roughly a cross between Fortran and APL, with graphical-oriented extensions and several peculiarities. Underlies the products of CAD.LAB Spa. "Graphical Procedure Language User's Guide and Reference Manual", CAD.LAB, Bologna, Italy, 1989, order code GO89/9.
Langage de Programmation Generique. An applicative language, both specification and functional. Special emphasis on parametrised declarations. "Design and Implementation of a Generic, Logic and Functional Programming Language", D. Bert et al, ESOP 86, LNCS 213, Springer 1986.
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