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(mechanics)
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Abbr. for “pound.”
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lb

(networking)
The country code for Lebanon.
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Another small PE food-film market is boil-in bags--only 29.8 million lb. They are expected to reach 33.6 million lb in 2008 with an AAGR of 4%.
While aluminum has taken the second position, it is still a long away behind steel, which has an average content per vehicle of 1,800 lb.
Backside Tackle: Release under a 3 technique to backside LB. If DT crosses your face, cut him off.
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Cast from JIS ADC12 (an aluminum 383 equivalent), the frame weighs 23.4 lb. The casting incorporates underside ribbing for added strength, and cable channels and mounting points for the external decorative body as well as the functional hardware.
They seal off the defensive tackle and end coming upfield, creating a wide lane for our FB to attack the backside LB.
Bench scales from two lb with sensitivity as fine as 0.01 g to 100 lb with sensitivity to 0.05 lb. Platform scales have low-profile, 20 x 27 in.
Likewise, in a sand system bonded with 5% bentonite, the deactivated bentonite is 16.25 lb.
The TE releases at an angle to get behind the LB and pull him away from the Z, who is running a curl route in the area vacated by the LB.
Three standard electrically heated, resin-tray drying ovens include Model 1330-1-T3, 12-tray small lab unit with average capacity of 100 lb; Model 1330-2-T3, medium 24-tray unit with 200-1b average capacity; and Model 1330-5-T3, 40-tray unit with capacity to 600 lb.