Layup

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Layup

Used in the context of general equities. Easily executed trade or order. See: Lead pipe.

Layup

Informal; an order to a broker that can be executed easily. Layups are made on highly liquid securities at a reasonable price. A layup is also called a lead pipe.
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It means all tenants can benefit from a water supply which is totally free of any lead pipes," she added.
Where necessary, water companies will replace their part of the lead pipes to meet new standards.
Liverpool council said today that some of its homes still have lead pipes and said work replacing pipes in 500 homes had been done in the last year.
It shouldn't be a big problem for the council to replace the lead pipes.
Church & Dwight will present its Bicarb Method for Corrosion Control, a process by which simple baking soda, when added to the water supply, prevents lead pipes from corroding and leaching poisonous lead into drinking water.
Among the primary culprits: lead pipes in old houses and lead-based solder in contemporary copper pipes.
Lead levels in drinking water are likely to be highest if the institution has faucets or fittings made of brass, has lead pipes or copper pipes with lead solder, according to the EPA.
IRISH Water's refusal to remove lead pipes until householders take action was slammed as "disgraceful".
Homes built prior to 1986 frequently used lead pipes and plumbing material, and these homes may no longer be up to the standards of the latest amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act," cautions Michelle Farrell, the author of the whitepaper.
He said the discovery could mean disruption for residents if work has to be done to replace lead pipes.
GREAT WAR This deprivation had been the result of distributing mains being broken by the action of the frost and leakages from private lead pipes and fittings.