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Lucite

A somewhat tongue-in-cheek trophy presented to an investment banker at a dinner celebrating the close of a major deal. A lucite usually is designed to remind the banker of the experience. For example, if a deal involves a merger in the meat-packing industry, the lucite may be shaped like freeze-dried chicken.
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market, specifically designed for signage and displays that use LEDs as a light source," says Chris Robinson, sheet business manager for Lucite International.
Lucite International UK Ltd is a British branch of the company famous for developing products such as Lucite and Perspex, and operates a facility at Newton Aycliffe in County Durham.