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LLP
Lipstick lesbian pedophile. A female adolescent or a grown woman who is sexually attracted to prepubescent girls; girls that are anywhere from infant to 12 years old. Her appearance and mannerisms don't even hint at this, though, because she seems like your typical girly girl or feminine woman. But make no mistake, she is a lesbian (although, to be fair, some LLP's are bisexual, meaning that they are attracted to men as well, or prepubescent boys which is even more rare) and a pedophile; two things that are never associated with feminine females. It is an odd condition. The actual number of females who are LLP's is unknown, but it is more common than one would think. There may be an LLP in your life, unbeknownst to you. Due to the societal stigma and the fact that they could hurt a child's mental stability, most LLP's remain closeted and do not act out on their desires. Most of them are content with going online to share fantasies and stories with other LLP's as a way of relieving pressure. It should also be noted that most LLP's get along well enough with their more masculine or androgynous counterparts. There is little to no conflict in the lesbian pedophile community, unlike the normal lesbian community.
19-year-old Sarah is a bubbly cosmetology student. She paints her nails and enjoys shopping. She is also attracted to girls in the 7 to 11 age range. She is a good example of an LLP.
by zeon92 August 27, 2012
 
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llp
live long and prosper
Good night all, llp
by mrjohnson66 September 05, 2009
 
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LLP
A fly/hip girl normally found on a college campus with a unique sense of humor.
I met this girl last week... definitely an LLP
by Rick Rossin March 02, 2009
 
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(US BUSINESS LAW) limited liability partnership; a type of business organization which is a cross between a partnership and a corporation. In a private partnership, all of the partners own all the assets in common and have unlimited liability; in a corporation, the firm assets are owned by a legal "person," and shareholders are liable only for the value of their stake (equity) in the firm.

Partnerships have higher risk for members, but their management can disclose a lot less and the taxes are lower. Limited/limited liability partnerships represent a compromise.

In a limited partnership, one or more of the partners has unlimited liability ("general partners") and the others have liability limited to their equity stake in the firm ("limited partners"). A limited partnership is indicated by the initials "LP" after the name, e.g. Apollo Management, LP.

In a limited liability partnership, all members have limited liability; specifically, the other partners of the LLP are shielded from torts for malpractice against the other partners, BUT they are legally responsible for financial claims against the whole organization. LLP liability varies somewhat by state law (several US states do not permit LLP's at all), and somewhat by the terms of the LLP agreement for that particular partnership.

Apologies to Urban Dictionary for an error in the definition of private equity fund and hedge fund: both types of fund are almost never LLP's; they are often limited partnerships (LP's).
At the first meeting of the law partners, it was decided to adopt an LLP form of business.
by Abu Yahya September 01, 2010
 
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LLP
Late Life Parent
"That little brat belongs to those two LLPs"
by ksuwildkat September 07, 2008