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LC

abbreviation for LORD CHANCELLOR.
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Through its innovative modular design, LCS can be reconfigured for surface warfare, anti-submarine warfare, and mine countermeasures in the near term, and adapt its capabilities for changing threats and scenarios that will occur over its service life.
LCS sought a like-minded, long term institutional partner to invest in senior housing acquisitions across the risk spectrum and including development.
One of the first steps a trade creditor should take when considering whether to use an LC is to ask a banker with experience in international transactions who works regularly with LCs if it is necessary to use one with the firm or country they're trading into, Pilkington said.
Both groups were assigned to LCs according to their duty schedule; thereby, no surgeon selection was attempted.
The TRS-4D radar for LCS is a rotating version of the Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) fixed panel TRS-4D radar currently going aboard the German F-125 class frigates.
EDT, Europe LCS Team battled Korea Champions Team, with Europe falling to Korea.
Newsletter: What differences do you see in supply work between the LCS and other ships?
The innovative concepts in LCS do not end with its modularity.
The capabilities of the Skjold were evaluated as the Navy set its requirements for LCS, said Milliken.
The future USS Freedom (LCS 1) acknowledges the enduring foundation of the nation and honors American communities from coast to coast that bear the name Freedom.
There are two types of LCs. A beneficiary of a documentary or commercial LC looks to the issuing bank, and not its debtor, for payment.
"LCS 15 is the third ship we've taken through sea trials this year, and we are proud that the Navy will soon have another capable, lethal and affordable ship in the fleet," said Joe DePietro, vice president and general manager, Small Combatants and Ship Systems, Lockheed Martin.