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  • long-term care
  • lieutenant colonel


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  • "I'm glad you are here" By early morning, I noted that there was some mental deterioration in LTC Schott.

    Schott, Richard S.

  • Williams took the information back to the LTC, which is meeting today.

    London Free Press

  • McMillion said he had planned on enlisting in the Army National Guard, but a friend in ROTC told him about LTC, which is shorter than boot camp and ties in more leadership skills.

    The Parthenon

  • Besides, DTC also plans to recover these give-aways by taxing non-monetary benefits such as LTC, medical reimsbursements, house perquisites, etc, they say.

    The Economic Times

  • When we considered LTC policies we found that they would not pay in Mexico.

    Can anyone please explain me this?

  • Long Term Care (LTC) is an insurance policy which covers (pays) a certain amount of dollars for a certain amount of time (years) towards the cost of a person staying in a 'Nursing Home'.

    Should I go for Long Term Care Health Insurance Coverage?

  • Of course, playing a role in those functions is what pays the bills at the LTC household.

    Matthew Yglesias » In Search of a Token

  • Live Team Coverage: Let me first say that as a former producer I loved Live Team Coverage (LTC).

    News Phrases That Annoy « Denmeister

  • LTC John — as of a year ago, that exercise was still part of basic training at Parris Island.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Waco

  • SMR LTC, and when promoted to State Colonel, was designated commander of that unit, the largest field unit in the state guard of California.

    Heroes or Villains?

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