Winter Property Winter Property Winter Property Loss Loss Loss 1949-50 $227 1965-66 $135 2004-05 $113 1950-51 $136 1970-78 $129 2006-07 $118 1956-57 $238 1978-79 $211 2007-08 $253 1959-60 $115 1992-93 $159 2008-09 $162 1960-61 $115 1993-94 $186 2009-10 $159 Table 4.
What does PL stand for?
PL stands for Property Loss
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of PL
We have 104 other meanings of PL in our Acronym Attic
- Program Leader
- Program Library
- Program Lock
- Programmation Linéraire (French: Linear Programming)
- Programming Language
- Project Leader
- Proof Like
- Proof-Like (coin's finish)
- Propagation Loss
- Property Line
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882-g/cc material with a low coefficient of friction, excellent colorability, and ability to accept up to 20% regrind with minimal property loss.
Sometimes this situation is the result of limited resources, but more often it stems from a lack of understanding about need, insurance options, and the devastating impact a property loss can have on a camp.
This two-volume work is intended for use in the training of property loss adjusters.