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Lincs

(lɪŋks)
abbreviation for
(Placename) Lincolnshire
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The San Jacinto LINCS program began in Spring 2015 and since then 371 CSCMP exams have been taken with a pass rate of approximately 72.
Lincs Turkeys, an established turkey farmer, with sales of approximately [pounds sterling]23 million in 2008, is based in rural Lincolnshire and specialises in free range and fresh turkey products.
The LINCS program began in June 2015 and since then 57 students have earned 119 CSCMP certifications.
This milestone is celebrated by the entire LINCS consortium.
In order to use the service, a customer simply walks up to an in-store Street Linc terminal and touches its bright color screen.
The FAA awarded MCI the US$588 million LINCS contract to modernize the U.
reaction to the FAA's award of its LINCS contract, as per
LINC president Kevin Redman says that he hopes to offer consumers the same high quality machines that he builds for himself.
Together, PBC and Linc will assist property managers in achieving LEED certifications as promulgated by the US Green Building Council.
Price, CEO, The Linc Group "The re-branding of ABS to Linc Facility Services continues the evolution of this proud company from its previous life as an adjunct component of a construction company, to an unencumbered core competency of The Linc Group.
The Linc Group is made up of four companies -- the Linc Corporation, Linc Service Holdings, Affiliated Building Services (ABS), and Integrated Process Technologies (IPT).