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Lead pipe

Used in the context of general equities. Virtually certain that trade will take place; lead pipe cinch. See: Layup.

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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Assistant City Manager Laura Valdez said that, after further discussion with Water Director Eric Weiss, the city believes that providing water filters and replacement cartridges for a total of two years would be a "very safe alternative" to mandating testing if residents choose not to replace their lead pipes. Weiss said the city already purchased 360 faucet-mounted filters, which cost $16.74 each.
(35) John Wisely and Todd Spangler, Where are the lead pipes? In many cities, we just don't know, Detroit Free Press, February 28, 2016, available at http://www.freep.com/story/news/ Iocal/michigan/flint-water-crisis/2016/02/27/ lead-water-lines-lurk-unknown-many-cities/ 80551724/.
Rather, industry should do its best to use the lead pipe issue as leverage to present the case and overwhelming need for continued attention and support for both water and sewer piping infrastructure.
This effort paid off: In some states, such as Massachusetts, bans on certain kinds of lead pipe were lifted.
When copper water pipe is connected to lead water pipe, standard electrochemistry indicates the lead pipe should be more susceptible to galvanic corrosion.
He said: "The HSE report suggests rodents have a penchant for gnawing lead pipes. Since 1992 lead pipes are not being installed.
He said: "Nobody came to us during our very lengthy discussions on the directives on electronic waste and on the removal of hazardous substances from the environment to say that they would affect the lead pipes in traditional organs.
He noted that sulfur and phosphorous can be found in pollution control equipment that enters the demolition scrap stream, while lead solder joints, lead pipe, lead-filled counter-weights and lead acid batteries that make it into auto shredders are all sources of unwanted lead.
The suspect's "gun" turned out to be a lead pipe. During the robbery, he had poked one darkened end of the roughly six-inch object through a small hole in one of his pockets to give it the appearance of a gun.
Having a steel tank available, he took a coil of lead pipe supported on a wooden crosspiece and hung it in the tank by a wire rope.
Her father vanished in November 1974, after accusations that he had broken into the house and beaten the children's nanny Sandra Rivett to death with a lead pipe before attacking his estranged wife Veronica.