Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. less-than-carload lot

Etymologies

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Examples

  • i don't think LCL is banned. i've seen it in bookshops everywhere.

    Banned Books

  • This will be achieved by adding three million retail customers to its international, regional banks and LCL networks by 2014 and opening around 450 branches.

    Crédit Agricole Says Net Profit to Grow Fivefold

  • In addition to France's largest retail banking network, Crédit Agricole's assets include investment banking activities, an insurance unit, the LCL retail bank in France as well as retail banks in Italy and Greece.

    Crédit Agricole Swings to Loss

  • Pettigrew said he tore his ACL and LCL in his right knee during a scrimmage during the spring.

    Around the Mid-American Conference

  • Its assets include investment banking activities, an insurance unit, the LCL retail bank in France and retail banks in Italy and Greece.

    Crédit Agricole Takes Greece Hit

  • Courtesy of the owner The owner hired LCL Architects, a well-known design company often used by big developers to decorate show flats, to design the apartment.

    Home on the Harbour

  • Its assets include investment-banking activities, an insurance unit, the LCL retail bank in France and retail banks in Italy and Greece.

    Crédit Agricole Sells Private Equity Unit

  • Its assets include investment-banking activities, an insurance unit and the LCL retail bank in France, as well as retail banks in Italy and Greece.

    Cr

  • "All and all I think it is a positive improvement to keep electing more and more pro-liberty candidates, but those who trumpet Rand as a real liberty candidate might be disappointed when he actually gets in office," offers Tarrin Lupo, who publishes the LCL Report Web site.

    Kelley Beaucar Vlahos: Rand Paul Drinks Tea, Turns Into Hawk?

  • When we looked at his knee after a LCL sprain one year, his joints were as pristine as a teenager.

    Andrew Brandt: The Vikings kept waiting, and Brett came back

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