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wilco

A term used in air traffic control terminology meaning, “I have received your message, understood it, and will comply with it.” A short form for “will comply.”
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Wilco Motosave has 26 branches across Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Manchester and is part of the family owned Shortis Group.
Instead, Wilco released four studio albums on Nonesuch, a label all genuinely respected.
With Wilco, Bennett was famous as a multi-instrumentalist and as the architect of the band's increasingly experimental sound.
Sex PIstols, Sigur Ros, Franz Ferdinand, George Clinton & The P-Funk Allstars, My Bloody Valentine, Goldfrapp, Christy Moore, Wilco, The Gossip, Underworld, Tinariwen, CSS, Tindersticks, New Young Pony Club, Josh Ritter, Lisa Hannigan, Cathy Davey, That Petrol Emotion, The Breeders, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Sinead O'Connor, The Roots, Kila, Micah P Hinson, Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes), Amiina, Hayseed Dixie, Juana Molina, Turin Brakes, Faust, Midnight Juggernauts, Tartit, Hadouken
I like working with Wilco," says Cline, who's been a fixture on L.
George's integrity and willingness to accept accountability gave Wilco confidence that a partnership could work.
The five-second audio loop of a Wilco tune piped through this last work's built-in speaker made me want to slash my wrists until I realized how appropriately such recycling frames the self-quoting repetition that orders Prince's catholic practice.
Wilco Manufacturing felt a cold blast from the last Rover troubles, but is now enjoying some success brought on by the diversification programme it took on board as a result.
Uncle Wilco introduces us in his own words to `a collection of shed lovers - we enjoy our sheds and sharing them with the interweb (I told you).
Nine hundred drivers of all ages were invited to take tests by motor spare parts company Wilco but 93 per cent failed to reach the required pass rate that would have allowed them, had they been genuine candidates, to have taken the practical part of the test.
In an interview with The Philadelphia Inquirer, Tracks' 37-year-old editor, Alan Light, said he was trying to produce a magazine for people like a friend of his who is really into such Americana founding fathers as the Jayhawks and Wilco.