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  • I ended my Gyi inco class with a 10 week service, putting together a camp in the woods at nighttime.

    Dr Gyi

  • And, if Palin distinguishes it by stating they have no inco ...

    Paul Abrams: Sarah Palin May Really Win the Debate: What Biden Must Do to Prevent It

  • I 4got I wuz inco..inkaw..undercubber, praktisin mai obzerbashunal skilz.

    Shh ! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Their force spent itself in inco-ordinated shouting, gesticulations, tears.

    In the Days of the Comet

  • Because with my first baby, I measured it in inco pads, several a day.

    A Better Day

  • It may, of course, be that he thus bowed to her through ignorance of her rank (for the rules of the social code can be obliterated by a stroke like any other part of the memory) perhaps by an inco-ordination which transposed to the plane of apparent humility his uncertainty — which might otherwise have been haughty — regarding the identity of the passing lady.

    Time Regained

  • The gag pre - vented Tas from saying any of this except in muffled and inco - herent squeaks and "mfrts," which was all he could manage.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Any more than they can, in my opinic make the compelled union of two completely inco: patible persons right.

    The Outrageous Dowager

  • To consider using other forms of mass action inco-operation with the ANC and CO SATU regions to pressurize the Kwa-Zulu

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A universe, however, whose phenomena are not only capable of some degree of correlation, but present the extraordinary degree of harmony and unity which science makes manifest in Nature, cannot be, as in animism, the product of a vast number of inco-ordinated and antagonistic wills, but must either be the product of one Will, or not the product of will at all.

    Bygone Beliefs

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  • Shortened from Integrated Communications Officer (later Instrumentation and Communications Officer), the person in NASA control rooms who is responsible for all communications and in-flight instrumentation.

    July 25, 2009