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Keith234
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ULL
      #21665 - Mon Aug 30 2004 06:00 PM

I've heard of this term (ULL) thrown around in some posts, can anybody tell me what it means? Thanks

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Re: ULL [Re: Keith234]
      #21723 - Mon Aug 30 2004 08:50 PM

It's short-hand for upper level low.

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