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- Alternative spelling of Inc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A Japanese measure of length equal to about two and one twelfth yards.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Abbreviations of incorporated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a heterogeneous collection of groups united in their opposition to Saddam Hussein's government of Iraq; formed in 1992 it is comprised of Sunni and Shiite Arabs and Kurds who hope to build a new government
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Some examples are, 222/223rem; good for vermin inc coyote, 308win; fits the capabilities (almost) of a 30-06 into a short action, and far more popular than the 300sav ever was, 338win; if you want to buy something bigger than the 30-06 for this continent, look no further.
Mollie Hogan of HoopDazzle, inc. is a HoopDance Instructor and a “facilitator in helping people find their own inner radiance.”
On this side of the pond we don't suck up to the Terror inc aka Hamas/Hezbollah/Syria/Iran and their mob accomplices ruling the streets of the EU and Britain.
Before long, there were four companies in operation, each addressing an important phase: marketing, design, production, and teaching. mfa/eronga, inc. is an allied U. S.-based marketing and distribution company which channels the product to an exclusive, dedicated national distributor who understands the needs of residential and commercial markets.
This interesting tidbit just in from Barbara Fullerton: Palm, inc. is changing its name to palmOne this fall.
Dr. Laura apologizes for an N-word incident on Tuesday's show
"Al-Maliki's Islamic Daawa Party is using the pretext of coalition politics to justify its decision align with inc, which is led by Ammar al-Hakim's Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq (isci)," says Stratfor.
Seeing as this is normally around $700 inc, that is an amazing price, and definitely worth grabbing one while you can!!
Mollie notes, Even though HoopDazzle, inc. is my primary hooping business name, I trademarked a subsidiary called Hoop-To-Heal that I’m using to teach free classes to people who want to use hooping as a form of healing.
One finds some instances of a '?' or an 'inc' (incomplete) as a substitute for a mark of failure.